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McLearn Kathryn Taaffe, Strobino Donna M., Hughart Nancy, Minkovitz Cynthia Schaffer, Scharfstein Daniel, Marks Elisabeth, Guyer Bernard, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal investigation of the correlation between participation in the Healthy Steps for Young Children (HS) program and the practices and perceptions of clinicians serving low income populations as compared to those serving higher income…
Minkovitz Cynthia Schaffer, Hughart Nancy, Strobino Donna M., Scharfstein Daniel, Grason Holly, Hou William, Miller Tess, Bishai David, Augustyn Marilyn, McLearn Kathryn Taaffe, Guyer Bernard, 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An evaluation of The Healthy Steps for Young Children program?s effectiveness in increasing quality of care related to developmental and behavioral services for children in the first three years of life and in affecting parenting practices regarding…
Minkovitz Cynthia Schaffer, Strobino Donna M., Hughart Nancy, Scharfstein Daniel, Guyer Bernard, Healthy Steps Evaluation Team, 2001
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An evaluation of the implementation and effects of The Healthy Steps for Young Children Program for children aged 2 to 4, focusing on services received, satisfaction with services, and parent practices