Implementing Promoting Parental Skills and Enhancing Attachment in Early Childhood (CAPEDP) Trial

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Implementation last updated: 2019

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Materials and forms to support implementation

Operations manuals

An intervention manual guided the home visitors. The manual was adapted from the Integrated Services for Perinatal Health and Early Childhood, a Canadian adaptation of the Nurse-Family Partnership model. It also included information on the practical elements of home visiting and recommended best practices.
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Service delivery forms

No information was available on forms used during service delivery.
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Assessment tools

No information was available on assessments used during service delivery.
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During visits, the home visitors discussed information from a set of 39 brochures. Each brochure addressed a different health or mental health topic related to promoting parent-child relationships.
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Available languages

The model materials were in French.
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Fidelity measurement

A project manager monitored home visitors’ fidelity to the model. No information was available on how the project manager assessed home visitor’s fidelity to the model. According to the developer, more information on implementation fidelity is available in Saïas, T., Lerner, E., Greacen, T., Simon-Vernier, E., Emer, A., Pintaux, E., … Revah-Levy, A. (2012). Evaluating fidelity in home-visiting programs a qualitative analysis of 1,058 home visit case notes from 105 families. PloS One, 7(5), e36915.

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Fidelity standards

No information was available.
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Implementation notes

The information contained on this page was last updated in April 2019 and reviewed for accuracy by Antoine Guédeney and Paris Diderot University on April 3, 2019. HomVEE reserves the right to edit the profile for clarity and consistency.
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