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Oklahoma’s Community-Based Family Resource and Support (CBFRS) Program

Meets DHHS criteria for an evidenced based model

Last Updated: October 2012

In Brief for Maternal Health Outcomes

Impact Studies Rated Moderate


Culp, A. M., Culp, R. E., Anderson, J. W., & Carter, S. (2007). Health and safety intervention with first-time mothers. Health Education Research, 22(2), 285-294.
Show Study Effects Details
Outcome Effect Sample Timing of Follow-Up Sample Size Program Group Comparison Group Mean Difference or Odds Ratio
Statistical Significance
Effect Size
Outcome Type
Pregnant at time of 12 month interview Favorable Oklahoma 12 months 263 women 6% 13% -7% Statistically significant, p = .03 HomeVEE = -0.48 Secondary
Pregnant since birth of first child Favorable Oklahoma 12 months 263 women 12% 21% -9% Statistically significant, p = .03 HomeVEE = -0.38 Secondary
Using birth control Favorable Oklahoma 12 months 263 women 67% 54% 13% Statistically significant, p = .02 HomeVEE = 0.32 Secondary
Show Study Outcome Measure Summary
Outcome Description of Measure Data Collection Method Properties of the Outcome Measure Outcome Type
Pregnant at time of 12 month interview Percentage of mothers who were pregnant 12 months after the birth of their first child. Parent/caregiver report Not applicable Secondary
Pregnant since birth of first child Percentage of mothers who reported subsequent pregnancies 12 months after the birth of their first child. Parent/caregiver report Not applicable Secondary
Using birth control Percentage of mothers who reported using birth control 12 months after the birth of their child. Parent/caregiver report Not applicable Secondary
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