Pew’s home visiting campaign webinar: Partnering with Children’s Hospitals

Join Pew for a webinar on July 9th

Space is limited. Reserve your webinar seat now.

Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Partnerships are often a key component of a successful home visiting system. Children’s hospitals offer opportunities for engagement across the spectrum of home visiting – from direct service program management, to coordinated referral systems and trainings, to state-wide efforts to elevate quality and evaluation in home visiting. In this webinar, Karen Seaver Hill, Director of Child Advocacy of the Children’s Hospital Association, will moderate a panel highlighting states that are exploring or successfully implementing partnerships with children’s hospitals as part of their home visiting system.

Karen Seaver Hill
Director of Child Advocacy, Children’s Hospital Association

Mary E. Moffatt
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine Division of Child Abuse and Neglect Division of Emergency and Urgent Care Services, Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics Kansas City, Missouri

Scott Gordon
Executive Vice President, Arkansas Children’s Hospital

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Home visitation & parent education programs providing a continuum of quality, research-based, & curriculum driven services to support families & children prenatally through age 5.
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