Mixed-methods approach to characterizing cross-sector collaboration and its effects in nurse-family partnership, A
Statement of the Problem: Pregnant women living in poverty are at risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes. Children born to women living in poverty are also at greatest risk for poor health and development. Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) has been proven to address these problems related to pregnancy and child development. Home-visiting programs like NFP must coordinate with other community services across sectors to be most effective, but little research has examined the effect of cross-sector collaboration on program outcomes. Objectives: This dissertation aimed to characterize the nature and ...
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