The Collaborative Science of Home Visiting meeting will take place virtually this year, presenting emerging research methods and topics across its 3-day agenda despite challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hosted by the Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative (HARC), the sixth annual meeting will span topics such as precision home visiting, evaluation of virtual services, and mindfulness and emotional regulation. Attendees can join sessions as their schedules allow March 15–17, all at no cost.
As a member of HARC’s leadership team, JBA Executive Vice President Jill Filene is helping to plan the virtual meeting with partners at Johns Hopkins University and Child Trends. Filene will also co-present a session, as will JBA colleagues Mariel Sparr and Nichole Sturmfels:
How Home Visiting Stakeholders Can Use the Precision Paradigm to Design Studies Aligned with Emerging Funding Opportunities
March 15, 2:30–3:20 p.m.
Jill Filene, M.P.H., JBA; April Wilson, Ph.D., Child Trends
Relational Techniques to Build Family Engagement—The Research We Have and the Research We Need to Inform Policy and Practice
March 16, 1:00–1:50 p.m.
Allison West, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; Mary Frese, M.A., Erikson Institute; Mariel Sparr, Ph.D., JBA
Using the Paradigm to Answer Models’ High Priority Research Questions by Sharing Existing MIS Data
March 17, 2:00–2:50 p.m.
Nichole Sturmfels, M.P.H., JBA; Morgan Taylor, M.S.P.H., Johns Hopkins University; Rebecca Fauth, Ph.D., Child Trends/Tufts University
Register now to receive a calendar invitation to the meeting.