Replicating and Scaling Up Evidence-Based Home Visiting Programs: The Role of Implementation Research
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Evidence-Based Home Visiting; Replicating and Scaling Up; Early Childhood;
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- Deborah Daro (Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago), 2010. "Replicating Evidence-Based Home Visiting Models: A Framework for Assessing Fidelity," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 6901, Mathematica Policy Research.
- Riley, Shireen & Brady, Anne E. & Goldberg, Jessica & Jacobs, Francine & Easterbrooks, M. Ann, 2008. "Once the door closes: Understanding the parent-provider relationship," Children and Youth Services Review, Elsevier, vol. 30(5), pages 597-612, May.
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