HARC held its third annual Collaborative Science of Home Visiting Meeting in Washington, DC on January 31st, 2018. Slides for the breakout sessions are listed below.
|Session A: Home Visiting Workforce Development
|Family Life Education Training for Early Head Start Home Visitors – Bridget Walsh and Jennifer Mortensen
|Understanding and Improving Supervision through Observation – Allison West and Christopher Watson
|Maximizing Impact through “Intentional Collaboration” – Marcia Hughes, et al.
|Session B: Variation of Effectiveness Across Subgroups
|Toward Trauma-Informed Home Visiting: Addressing Depression and Social Support – Robert Ammerman and Ted Folger
|Session C: Epigenetics and home visiting
|Introduction to Symposium: Epigenetics and Home Visiting – Ron Seifer
|Epigenetic Processes Over Time Among Children with Early Adversity: Implications for Home Visiting Research – Stephanie Parade
|Intervention and Policy Implications for Behavioral Epigenetics Research – Elisabeth Conradt
|Session D: Coordination and Home visiting: moving toward precision
|Opportunities for System Integration to Promote Maternal-Child Health through Service Coordination – Katherine Kellom, et al.
|Continuous Quality Improvement and Central Intake: Enhancing Family Engagement in Home Visiting – Anne Lilly, et al.