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

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Implementation last updated: 2019

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Prerequisites for implementation

Type of implementing program

CAPEDP was implemented by home visitors from well-baby clinics.
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Staffing requirements

The following staff were involved in implementing the model: home visitors, a clinical supervisor, a project manager who monitored implementation fidelity, and the principal investigator.
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Staff education and experience

The home visitors were clinical psychologists.

The supervisor was a child psychiatrist with perinatal and home visiting experience. The supervisor had knowledge of attachment theory, early development, and early psychopathology; and clinical expertise in postpartum depression and parental mental health disorders.

The project manager had a Ph.D., knowledge of perinatal development and attachment theory, and experience with parent-infant interventions.
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Supervision requirements

A senior clinician provided weekly individual supervision. The principal investigator met with the home visitors as a group every two weeks. The principal investigator also established a hotline for questions. The project manager monitored home visitors’ fidelity to the intervention manual.

No information was available on the ratio of supervisors to home visitors.
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Staff ratio requirements

Each home visitor had an average caseload of 10 to 12 families.
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Data systems/technology requirements

No specific technology or data systems were used to support service tracking or delivery.
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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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