Assessing the Deployment of Home Visiting: Learning from a State-Wide Survey of Home Visiting Programs

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Objectives Large-scale planning for health and human services programming is required to inform effective public policy as well as deliver services to meet community needs. The present study demonstrates the value of collecting data directly from deliverers of home visiting programs across a state. This study was conducted in response to the Patient… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10995-015-1867-y

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@article{Fischer2015AssessingTD, title={Assessing the Deployment of Home Visiting: Learning from a State-Wide Survey of Home Visiting Programs}, author={Robert L. Fischer and E. Richard Anthony and Nina Lalich and Ann H Nevar and Paul M. Bakaki and Siran M Koroukian}, journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal}, year={2015}, volume={20}, pages={674-683} }