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Nurse-Family Partnership programme: Second year pilot sites implementation in England: The infancy period

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An evaluation of the Nurse-Family Partnership, a nurse home visiting program to improve the health and well-being of first-time parents and their children, at 10 sites in England that examines program implementation, retention, acceptability to participants, sustainability, and costs, based on administrative data and interviews with families, nurses, and program administrators
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United Kingdom; England

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