Dana M. Foney, Jessica DiBari, Rui Li, Michael Kogan
Neal Halfon, Shirley A. Russ, Edward Schor
Shirley A. Russ, Emily Hotez, Mary Berghaus, Sarah Verbiest, Clarissa Hoover, Edward Schor, Neal Halfon
The Life Course Intervention Research Network undertook a modified Delphi process to develop a list of 12 characteristics of life course interventions to guide research.
Shirley A. Russ, Emily Hotez, Mary Berghaus, Clarissa Hoover, Sarah Verbiest, Edward Schor, Neal Halfon
The Life Course Intervention Research Framework sets out a stepwise approach to intervention development incorporating the characteristics of life course interventions at each step.
Emily Hotez, Mary Berghaus, Sarah Verbiest, Shirley Russ, Neal Halfon
This paper describes the process and results of an iterative and collaborative methodology for developing the Life Course Intervention Researcher competencies.
Clarissa Hoover, Allysa Ware, Andrea Serano, Sarah Verbiest
Grounds life course intervention research in health equity by describing how family and community engagement connects to equity and its implementation in each research phase.
Emily J. Ozer, Linda Sprague Martinez, Michelle Abraczinskas, Brian Villa, Ndola Prata
We provide an overview of Youth-Led Participatory Action Research (YPAR) and its synergies with Life Course Intervention Research (LCIR) to promote healthier development for youth.
Mark Feinberg, Emily Hotez, Kevin Roy, Christy J.W. Ledford, Amy B. Lewin, Norma Perez-Brena, Saltanat Childress, Jerica Berge
A theoretical framework of family health development is proposed for analyzing dynamic interactions between individuals, family relationships, and environmental factors influencing life course health trajectories.
Saswati B. Ramaswami, Todd Jensen, Mary Berghaus, Sophia De-Oliveira, Shirley A. Russ, Nomi Weiss-Laxer, Sarah Verbiest, Shari Barkin
This article reviews 50 tools that measure family functioning and discusses opportunities to refine or develop measures more compatible with life course intervention research.
Kamryn McKenzie, Emma Lynch, Michael E. Msall
This article describes scaffolding parenting and health development for preterm infants. “Model programs” are reviewed and applied to the Life Course Health Development framework.
Stephen L. Buka, Lee Beers, Matthew G. Biel, Nathaniel Z. Counts, James Hudziak, Stephanie Parade, Ruth Paris, Ronald Seifer, Stacy S. Drury
A diverse team summarizes novel strategies to support early childhood mental health development based on life course principles, including telemedicine, “warm lines,” and contingency management.
Mitchell D. Wong, Karen Hunter Quartz, Marisa Saunders, Benjamin Meza, Saltanat Childress, Teresa Seeman, Rebecca N. Dudovitz
This study describes the importance of adolescence as a key transition period and the potential for schools to improve life course trajectories.
Shari Barkin, Sarah Verbiest, Jerica Berge
Patrick Y. Liu, Andrew F. Beck, Stacy Tessler Lindau, Monique Holguin, Robert S. Kahn, Eric Fleegler, Adrienne W. Henize, Neal Halfon, Adam Schickedanz
We propose a framework for cross-sector partnerships to address childhood adversity and improve health along the life course
Elizabeth S. Barnert, Devan Gallagher, Haoyi Lei, Laura Abrams
We used expert interviews to examine the conceptual framework for Canada’s youth justice minimum age law of 12, drawing implications for US and Canadian children.
Melissa Wake, Sharon Goldfeld, Andrew Davidson
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