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Predictors of maternal involvement in the MOM Program randomized controlled home visiting program: Demographic and program implementation factors

In this report, we examine the effects of maternal characteristics [age; maternal level of education], type of program staff [nurse practitioner; community home visitor], amount of staff activity [time spent on telephone calls and home visits], and child gender as they relate to maternal participation (rention and program dosage) among the home-visited (intervention group mothers) within the MOM Program. (author abstract)
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