CHIP’s home visiting program is now considered evidence-informed and is prepared to pursue evidence-based status. In order to prove the effectiveness of CHIP’s home visiting program on low-income children and families, criteria must be met through a Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness (HomVEE) review.  HomVEE was launched in 2009 to assess the evidence of effectiveness for home visiting program models that serve families with pregnant women and children 0- 5. There are only 17 evidence-based home visiting programs nationally.  CHIP is working toward establishment of adequate evidence to apply for evidence based practice status.

Posters

Assessment of Client/Provider Rapport-Building in a School-Readiness Intervention Program

Effects of Social Determinants on Oral Health Care Participation

Understanding How Quantity and Type of Risk Factors Influence School Outcomes for Impoverished Children

In Home Education Enhances Shaken Baby Syndrome Knowledge in High-Risk Parents

Increasing Children’s & Parent’s Health Literacy through CHIP

Risk Variation, Kindergarten Readiness & CHIP’s Responsive Actions

Begin With a Grin

VCU – Oral Health Status of Children in the Child Health Investment Partnership (CHIP) Program

VCU – Impact of a Home Visiting Program on Children’s Type of Dental Utilization

Publications

American Journal of Medical Sciences 2014 – Addressing the Challenges& Cost of Health Care for At-Risk Children in Roanoke, VA

Pediatrics Journal 2013  -The Impact of a Home Visiting Program on Children’s Utilization of Dental Services