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April 2018

The HARC Methods Meeting brought together national methods experts and home visiting experts to consider how innovative methods can be used to achieve precision home visiting. The meeting was designed to be an efficient way for attendees to learn about innovative research methods to advance precision home visiting, to consider how what is learned might be used in future work, and to connect with others whose work is helping to shape the field.

Opening Remarks: Precision Home Visiting Overview – Anne Duggan and Matt Poes
Defining and Monitoring Fidelity with Precision in a Home Visitation Model – Mary Dozier
Baseline Selected Moderation and Precision Prevention – George Howe
A Hybrid Double Randomized Client Preference Trial: Benefits and Challenges – Gerald August
Adaptive Trials and Master Protocols – Don Berry
SMARTs – Eric Laber
The Multiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST) – Kate Guastaferro
Single Case Research Design in Public Health and Home Visiting – John Lutzker
Rapid Cycle Testing – MaryCatherine Arbour
Producing More Useful Evidence for Home Visiting Interventions – Randy Brown
Pragmatic Trials – Nikolaos Patsopoulos
Mediation in Precision Home Visiting Studies – David P. Mackinnon
Bayesian Adaptive Design for Precision Home Visiting Research – Mariel Finucane
Idiographic Clinical Trials for Home Visitation Research and Intervention – Ty Ridenour
Community Engaged Research: Overview and Key Considerations for Home Visiting Research – Darius Tandon
Collaboration and Family Centered Care – Karen Zeribi
Building a Generative Research Program in Home Visiting – Robert Ammerman
Closing – Lauren Supplee & April Wilson

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