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Implementing Pride in Parenting (PIP)
Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.
Implementation last updated: 2013
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Recommended further reading
The following references were sources for the implementation profile or were recommended by the program developer for further reading.
El-Mohandes, A., Katz, K. S., El-Khorazaty, M., McNeely-Johnson, D., Sharps, P. W., Jarrett, M. H., Rose, A., White, D., Young, M., Gryalack, L., Murray, K., Katta, P., Burroughts, M., Atiyeh, G., Wingrove, B., & Herman, A. (2003). The effect of a parenting education program on the use of preventive pediatric health care services among low-income, minority mothers: A randomized, controlled study. Pediatrics, 111(6), 1324.
Katz, K., Jarrett, M., El-Mohandes, A., Schneider, S., McNeely-Johnson, D., & Kiely, M. (2011). Effectiveness of a combined home visiting and group intervention for low-income African American mothers: The Pride in Parenting program. Maternal & Child Health Journal, 15, S75–S84.