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Herman Ariella, Fall 2005
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the use of Head Start programs as a means to address families' health care needs
Askew George L., Irish Kate, Spring 2005
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the role of health services in Head Start programs to support and promote children's school readiness and healthy development
Fink Dale Borman, February, 2005
Reports & Papers
An analysis of state policies that affect the participation of children with special health care needs child care, based on interviews with child care program providers and state agency representatives
Zeanah Paula D., Nagle Geoffrey A., Stafford Brian S., Rice Thomas, Farrer Joanna, 2005
Executive Summary
A study of the necessity to focus child care and early education efforts on infant mental health and development, with policy recommendations and strategies for implementation, the meaning of infant mental health, and the development of systems for…
McConnochie Kenneth M., Wood Nancy E., Kitzman Harriet J., Herendeen Neil E., Roy Jason, Roghmann Klaus J., 2005
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal study that examined the impact of a telemedicine program on the rate of absences from child care due to illness (ADI) in child care centers
Palfrey Judith S., Hauser-Cram Penny, Bronson Martha B., Warfield Marji Erickson, Sirin Selcuk, Chan Eugenia, 2005
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A quasi-experimental 25-year follow-up study examining the long term effects of the Brookline Early Education Project (BEEP), a community-based child health and development program
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…
Johnston Brian D., Morisset-Huebner Colleen, Tyll Lynda T., Barlow William E., Thompson Robert S., 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study measuring parent satisfaction with the PrePare prenatal care service compared to other types of prenatal programs or care as usual
Zuckerman Barry, Parker Stephen J., Kaplan-Sanoff Margot, Augustyn Marilyn, Barth Michael C., 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparative study evaluating the effectiveness of Healthy Steps, a child care program designed to enhance and expand traditional pediatric care
Caughy Margaret O'Brien, Miller Therese L., Genevro Janice L., Huang Keng-Yen, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the effects of the Healthy Steps for Young Children Program (HS) on parent-child interaction and children's socioemotional development
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, based on a cohort of children from birth to age 3 at 15 evaluation sites located throughout the United States, including a cost/benefit analysis of…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of an evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, based on a cohort of children from birth to age 3 at 15 evaluation sites located throughout the United States, including a cost/…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, at six selected affiliate sites whose participants differed from the families in the national evaluation in terms of age, education, socioeconomic…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Executive Summary
A summary of an evaluation of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program, a pediatric primary care intervention, at six selected affiliate sites whose participants differed from the families in the national evaluation in terms of age, education,…
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Women's and Children's Health Policy Center, 2003
Other
An outline of the selection sites and methods of data collection used in the affiliate evaluation of the Healthy Steps program