New Report: Lessons Learned from Pennsylvania’s Nurse-Family Partnership Initiative
Posted by on September 28, 2009
P/PV is pleased to announce the release of its new report, Growing What Works: Lessons Learned from Pennsylvania’s Nurse-Family Partnership Initiative.
Growing What Works draws on P/PV’s experience in Pennsylvania overseeing the replication of Nurse-Family Partnership—a program shown through several longitudinal randomized trials to have powerful impacts for children and families. The report provides key lessons for policymakers and funders interested in bringing proven models to a statewide scale, including best practices for selecting implementing agencies; fostering a sense of community among geographically dispersed sites; monitoring program results to promote quality; and engaging local administrators and site leaders.
Please feel free to link to this free resource from your website or email newsletter and share it with colleagues. The report can be accessed here: http://www.ppv.org/ppv/publication.asp?search_id=0&publication_id=299§ion_id=0. Also, do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions or feedback.
Thank you for your interest and commitment to this issue. We hope you find this report useful.
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