Addressing Parental Depression Through Home Visiting
This webinar focused on parental depression, treatment and intervention to strengthen the parent. Speakers included William Beardslee, MD of Harvard Medical School, Darius Tandon, PhD of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and James Paulson, PhD of Old Dominion University. The presenters shared information on key federal policies that support services to depressed parents, and a unique focus on paternal depression.
Impacting Infant Mortality through Home Visiting
This webinar explores how specific home visiting practices and policies can be used to improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality.
Strengthening Professional Development for MIECHV Programs (9/25/2012)
The MIECHV TACC is joined by consultants from The Ounce of Prevention Fund in this webinar that explores crucial aspects of professional development for home visiting
Integrating Home Visiting Systems Within Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (PDF - 128 KB) (8/21/2012)
In this webinar MIECHV and ECCS state leads from Montana, Maine and South Carolina join Dena Green, Senior Public Health Analyst from the Division of Home Visiting and Early Childhood Systems in the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration, to discuss how the Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems and the MIECHV grants complement one another in building statewide early childhood systems of care. The panel discusses specific ways states have endeavored to integrate the two systems and some of the conditions that contribute to successful coordination of the work.
Fiscal Leveraging (07/24/2012)
A five-step approach to strategic financing mechanisms to sustaining state-wide home visiting programs and services is examined.
Implementing Multiple Models (06/26/2012)
This webinar explores the benefits, challenges, opportunities and key considerations of implementing multiple home visiting models.
Implementing Statewide Home Visiting Systems (04/24/2012 and 05/08/2012)
States share their experiences with two critical aspects of implementation: leadership approaches and supporting home visitor competence in two webinars.
Addressing Benchmark Two- Child Maltreatment Data: Informed Consent, Data Sharing Agreements, and Defining Data Elements for Improvement (01/24/2012)
This webinar addresses common questions and issues related to child maltreatment data collection for the MIECHV benchmarks. Discussion addresses elements to include in informed consent when collecting data from child welfare agencies, protection of client rights, and other issues related to child maltreatment data necessary to define and demonstrate improvement.
DOHVE Compendium & Benchmark Measurement (04/06/2011)
This webinar offers an introduction of a compendium of measures and describes its varying uses: as a resource in selecting measures affecting constructs, as a guide to setting performance objectives to constructs, and how the compendium may be used to address constructs under the school readiness and achievement domain.
Implementation and Scale Up of Home Visiting (Part 2) (04/21/2011)
Two presentation teams conducted this webinar on the framework and strategies for a plan to implement and scale up a home visiting system. Team one describes a decade-long initiative and team two describes the experience of implementing an evidenced-based home visiting practice.
Design Options for Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Evaluation Technical Assistance webinars and conference calls
Continuous Quality Improvement (Part 2) conference call (MP3)
Open Forum Data Call: Part 1 conference call (MP3)
Open Forum Data Call: Part 3 conference call (MP3)
Coordination & Referral Tools conference call (MP3)
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