Project Summary

A community partnership comprising patients, researchers, and providers of services to pregnant and postpartum women facing the challenges of opiate use disorder aims to develop a research proposal and to obtain funding to compare the benefits and risks of two different evidence-based home visitation programs on maternal and infant outcomes. These programs provide services to women and their infants, to promote a healthy pregnancy, support positive child development, and enhance maternal health and well-being. Women facing the challenges of opiate addiction have complex needs and it is not known whether there is a difference between the effectiveness of these evidence-based models on the health outcomes of these mothers and their infants.

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Project Information

Sheri Eisert, PhD
University of South Florida

Key Dates

12 months


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Last updated: April 5, 2024