Replicating Home Visiting Programs with Fidelity: Baseline Data and Preliminary Findings
AbstractThis report describes the fidelity measurement framework adopted by the cross-site evaluation team and early fidelity outcomes for 44 agencies implementing home visiting services as part of the initiative.
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Date of creation: 07 Dec 2012
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EBHV; Evidence-Based Home Visiting; Fidelity; Baseline Data;
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