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Message ID: 9108
Date: 2012-02-09

Author:Sarita Hudson

Subject:RE: Parental history of maltreatment

I want to make sure I understand--is this data about mothers who were themselves abused in childhood or about mothers who previously abused children? Is this data separated out by kind of abuse? Look forward to your findings. Sarita Hudson Director of Public Engagement Stop It Now! 351 Pleasant Street, Suite B-319 Northampton, MA 01060 413.587.3500, Ext. 2 413.587.3505 FAX www.StopItNow.org Stop It Now!® prevents the sexual abuse of children by mobilizing adults, families and communities to take action before a child is harmed. We provide support, information and resources for adults to take responsibility for creating safer communities. Your support helps stop abuse If you've visited StopItNow.org, used our materials or Help Services - or referred others to us - please help keep our programming free and available to adults, agencies and communities everywhere. Donate now. -----Original Message----- From: bounce-40018111-14370300@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-40018111-14370300@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Katie Rosanbalm Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2012 7:44 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Re: Parental history of maltreatment Hi Jessica, We are just finishing a study in which this will be one factor assessed. It is with a version of Healthy Families (Healthy Families Durham) that has Parents as Teachers as the curriculum. We just finished collecting the final data point (3 years), but now have to clean and analyze the data before we can answer your question. What I can tell you is that mothers with a history of childhood maltreatment had higher engagement and retention in treatment, so that is promising. Stay in touch and I'll let you know what else we find! Best, Katie Katie Rosanbalm, PhD Research Scholar Center for Child and Family Policy Duke University 919-668-3294 katie.rosanbalm@duke.edu On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 3:18 PM, Jessica Bartlett wrote: > Dear Child Maltreatment Researchers, > > Does anyone know of any program evaluations that have examined whether > child maltreatment prevention programs (e.g., home visitation) are > more or less effective with families in which a parent has a history > of childhood maltreatment? > > We would like to examine whether a maternal history of childhood > maltreatment moderates program outcomes, but I'm not certain if there > has been any precedent for this. > > Any thoughts and resources are much appreciated! > > Jessica > > --------------------------------------------------------- > Jessica Dym Bartlett  M.S.W., Ph.D. > Grant Manager/Research Analyst > Massachusetts Healthy Families Evaluation Tufts University > jdbartlett56@gmail.com > > > > > > > > > >

I want to make sure I understand--is this data about mothers who were themselves abused in childhood or about mothers who previously abused children? Is this data separated out by kind of abuse? Look forward to your findings. Sarita Hudson Director of Public Engagement Stop It Now! 351 Pleasant Street, Suite B-319 Northampton, MA 01060 413.587.3500, Ext. 2 413.587.3505 FAX www.StopItNow.org Stop It Now!® prevents the sexual abuse of children by mobilizing adults, families and communities to take action before a child is harmed. We provide support, information and resources for adults to take responsibility for creating safer communities. Your support helps stop abuse If you've visited StopItNow.org, used our materials or Help Services - or referred others to us - please help keep our programming free and available to adults, agencies and communities everywhere. Donate now. -----Original Message----- From: bounce-40018111-14370300list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-40018111-14370300list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Katie Rosanbalm Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2012 7:44 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Re: Parental history of maltreatment Hi Jessica, We are just finishing a study in which this will be one factor assessed. It is with a version of Healthy Families (Healthy Families Durham) that has Parents as Teachers as the curriculum. We just finished collecting the final data point (3 years), but now have to clean and analyze the data before we can answer your question. What I can tell you is that mothers with a history of childhood maltreatment had higher engagement and retention in treatment, so that is promising. Stay in touch and I'll let you know what else we find! Best, Katie Katie Rosanbalm, PhD Research Scholar Center for Child and Family Policy Duke University 919-668-3294 katie.rosanbalmduke.edu On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 3:18 PM, Jessica Bartlett wrote: > Dear Child Maltreatment Researchers, > > Does anyone know of any program evaluations that have examined whether > child maltreatment prevention programs (e.g., home visitation) are > more or less effective with families in which a parent has a history > of childhood maltreatment? > > We would like to examine whether a maternal history of childhood > maltreatment moderates program outcomes, but I'm not certain if there > has been any precedent for this. > > Any thoughts and resources are much appreciated! > > Jessica > > --------------------------------------------------------- > Jessica Dym Bartlett  M.S.W., Ph.D. > Grant Manager/Research Analyst > Massachusetts Healthy Families Evaluation Tufts University > jdbartlett56gmail.com > > > > > > > > > >