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Message ID: 9449
Date: 2013-06-19

Author:Kay Gonsalves

Subject:Home Visiting Research Network-Public Comment on Research Agenda now Open!

As you may remember, the Home Visiting Research Network (HVRN) solicited nominations for priority home visiting research topics via a web-based survey in November of 2012. Over the past months, the HVRN and its partners have read all the nominations and synthesized them into a list of the Top Ten Home Visiting Research Priorities. The Home Visiting Research Agenda report outlines the approach and methods of drafting the agenda and provides rationale for each priority. We are contacting you now to ask for your feedback on the Home Visiting Research Agenda Report. Please visit this webpage to read the report and share any feedback you may have. We will consider all responses in our final set of revisions to create the final version of the Research Agenda. We would like all feedback by July 3rd. www.hvrn.org/read-and-comment We thank you in advance for your thoughtfulness and perspective in responding to the Research Agenda. We believe that this document will shape the field of home visiting research and will maximize the benefits of home visiting for young families and children. If you have any questions, please contact HVRN coordinator, Kay Gonsalves (kgonsal1@jhmi.edu ) The Home Visiting Research Network is supported by Cooperative Agreement UD5MC24070 from the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Research Program, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services. The MIECHV program is funded through Title V of the Social Security Act, as amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Kay M. Gonsalves, MSPH Senior Research Program Coordinator Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 1620 McElderry St., Room #205 Baltimore, MD 21205 1-410-502-0545 www.hvrn.org

As you may remember, the Home Visiting Research Network (HVRN) solicited nominations for priority home visiting research topics via a web-based survey in November of 2012. Over the past months, the HVRN and its partners have read all the nominations and synthesized them into a list of the Top Ten Home Visiting Research Priorities. The Home Visiting Research Agenda report outlines the approach and methods of drafting the agenda and provides rationale for each priority. We are contacting you now to ask for your feedback on the Home Visiting Research Agenda Report. Please visit this webpage to read the report and share any feedback you may have. We will consider all responses in our final set of revisions to create the final version of the Research Agenda. We would like all feedback by July 3rd. www.hvrn.org/read-and-comment We thank you in advance for your thoughtfulness and perspective in responding to the Research Agenda. We believe that this document will shape the field of home visiting research and will maximize the benefits of home visiting for young families and children. If you have any questions, please contact HVRN coordinator, Kay Gonsalves (kgonsal1jhmi.edu ) The Home Visiting Research Network is supported by Cooperative Agreement UD5MC24070 from the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Research Program, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services. The MIECHV program is funded through Title V of the Social Security Act, as amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Kay M. Gonsalves, MSPH Senior Research Program Coordinator Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 1620 McElderry St., Room #205 Baltimore, MD 21205 1-410-502-0545 www.hvrn.org