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March 2021

The Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative (HARC) held its sixth annual Collaborative Science of Home Visiting meeting from March 15th to March 17th, 2021. Recordings of all sessions are available below.

Opening Plenary – Welcome and Overview of the Meeting – Kay O’Neill, Allison West, Mary Frese, Mariel Sparr
How HARC Members are Building the New HV Research Paradigm – Anne Duggan
How Home Visiting Stakeholders Can Use the Precision Paradigm to Design Studies Aligned with Emerging Funding Opportunities – Jill Filene and April Wilson
Relational Techniques to Build Family Engagement — The Research We Have and the Research We Need to Inform Policy and Practice – Allison West, Mariel Sparr, Mary Frese, Kay O’Neill, and Jon Korfmacher
Pandemic Perspectives — Virtual Visits and the Precision Paradigm – Jon Korfmacher and Dorian Traube
Mapping the Paradigm to Describe and Differentiate Mental Health Interventions within HV – Darius Tandon and Robert Ammerman
Moving toward Precision in Prenatal HV — Model, Local Program and Participant’s Perspectives on HV Pathways to Good Birth Outcomes – Ciara Zagaja, Danielle D. Gaskin, and Paris Lowe
Using the Paradigm to Answer Models’ High Priority Research Questions by Sharing Existing MIS Data – Morgan Taylor, Nichole Strumfels, Rebecca Fauth
Closing Session – What We’ve Learned and Directions for 2021 and Beyond – Cynthia Minkovitz

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