Mothers’ experiences in the Nurse-Family Partnership program: a qualitative case study

@inproceedings{Landy2012MothersEI,
  title={Mothers’ experiences in the Nurse-Family Partnership program: a qualitative case study},
  author={Christine Kurtz Landy and Susan M. Jack and Olive Wahoush and Debbie Sheehan and Harriet L Macmillan},
  booktitle={BMC nursing},
  year={2012}
}
UNLABELLED BACKGROUND Few studies have explored the experiences of low income mothers participating in nurse home visiting programs. Our study explores and describes mothers' experiences participating in the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Program, an intensive home visiting program with demonstrated effectiveness, from the time of program entry before 29 weeks gestation until their infant's first birthday. METHODS A qualitative case study approach was implemented. A purposeful sample of 18… CONTINUE READING
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