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Women's and Perinatal Health

Accountability and Quality Improvement for Perinatal Health. (2002). Donna Strobino, Ann Koontz, Gillian Silver, Adam Allston, and Holly Grason.

"Achieving safe motherhood: Applying a life course and multiple determinants perinatal health framework in public health." (2006). Women's Health Issues, 16(4), 159-175. Dawn Misra and Holly Grason.

"Annual summary of vital statistics: 2005." (2007). Pediatrics, 119(2), 345-360. Brady Hamilton, Arialdi Miniño, Joyce Martin, Kenneth Kochanek, Donna Strobino, and Bernard Guyer

Application of a Lifecourse and Multiple Determinants Framework to Improve Maternal Health. (2006). Holly Grason and Dawn Misra.

"Are two doctors better than one? Women's physician use and appropriate care." (2002). Women's Health Issues, 12(3), 138-149. Jillian Henderson, Carol Weisman, and Holly Grason.

"Assessment of Healthy Start Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Recommendations." (1999). Maternal and Child Health Journal, 3(3), 157-165. Holly Grason and Dawn Misra -- Reprint.

"The Association Between Women's Health Information Use and Health Care Visits." (2005). Women's Health Issues, 15, 240-248. Wanda Nicholson, Bridget Gardner, Holly Grason, and Neil R. Powe.

"Changing definitions of women's health: Implications for health care and policy." (1997). Maternal and Child Health Journal, 1(3), 179-189. Carol S. Weisman -- Reprint.

"Charting a Course for the Future of Women's Health in the United States: Concepts, Findings and Recommendations." (2002). Social Science and Medicine, 54(5), 839-848. Donna Strobino, Holly Grason and Cynthia Minkovitz -- Reprint.

Charting a Course for the Future of Women's and Perinatal Health-Volume I: Concepts, Findings, and Recommendations. (1999). Holly Grason, John Hutchins, and Gillian Silver, eds.

Charting a Course for the Future of Women's and Perinatal Health-Volume II: Reviews of Key Issues. (1999). Holly Grason, John Hutchins, and Gillian Silver, eds.

Considering Interventions for Depression in Reproductive Age Women in Family Planning Programs. (2006). Research brief. Rebecca Barson.

"Depressive Symptoms and Health-Related Quality of Life in Early Pregnancy." (2006). Obstetrics and Gynecology, 107, 798-806. Wanda Nicholson, Rosanna Setse, Felicia Hill-Briggs, Lisa A. Cooper, Donna Strobino, and Neil R. Powe.

Descriptive Summary of Perinatal Systems Initiatives Reported Nationally, 1996-97. (1999). Holly Grason, Katherine Baldwin, Donna Strobino, Melissa Martin, and Dawn Misra. 

Environmental Hazards Relevant to Reproductive and Perinatal Health: Summary Tables of Internet-Posted Information.  (2007). Holly Grason. 

Environmental Toxicants and Maternal and Child Health: An Emerging Public Health Challenge. (2009). Elizabeth Harrison, Jenelle Partelow, and Holly
Grason.

The Evaluation of FIMR Programs Nationwide: Early Findings. (2001). Donna Strobino, Holly Grason, and Dawn Misra, et al.

The Evaluation of FIMR Programs Nationwide: Structure, Organization and Process. (2001). Adam Allston, Katherine Baldwin, Holly Grason, Mira Liao, Karen McDonnell, Dawn Misra, and Donna Strobino.

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR): A Strategy for Enhancing Community Efforts to Improve Perinatal Health. (2002). Holly Grason and Mira Liao.

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) in Brief. (2002). Women's and Children's Health Policy Center.

The Health of Homeless Women: Information for State Maternal and Child Health Programs. (2000). Research brief. Gillian Silver and Rea Pañares.

Health Issues Specific to Incarcerated Women: Information for State Title V Programs. (2000). Research brief. Katherine Baldwin and Jacqueline Jones.

Immigrant Women and Cervical Cancer Prevention in the United States. (2007). Reseach brief. Ellen Schleicher.

Improving Women's Health and Perinatal Outcomes: The Impact of Oral Diseases. (2002). Research brief. Adam Allston.

Improving Women's Health and Perinatal Outcomes: Snapshot of the Impact of Oral Diseases. (2002). Research brief. Adam Allston.

"Integrated perinatal health framework: A multiple determinants study with a life span approach." (2003). American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 25(1), 65-75. Dawn Misra, Bernard Guyer, and Adam Allston.

"An intersection of women's and perinatal health: The role of chronic conditions." (2000). Women's Health Issues, 10(5), 256-267. Dawn Misra, Holly Grason, and Carol Weisman.

"Local health department perspectives on linkages among birthing hospitals." (2003). Journal of Perinatology, 23, 610-619. Donna Strobino, Gillian Silver, Adam Allston and Holly Grason.

"Maternal Depressive Symptoms and Children's Receipt of Health Care in the First Three Years of Life." (2005). Pediatrics, 115, 306-314. Cynthia Minkovitz, Donna Strobino, Daniel Scharfstein, William Hou, Tess Miller, Kamila Mistry, and Karen Swartz.

"Maternal Depressive Symptoms at 2 to 4 Months Post Partum and Early Parenting Practices." (2006). Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med, 160, 279-284. Kathryn Taaffe McLearn, Cynthia S. Minkovitz, Donna Strobino, Elisabeth Marks, and William Hou.

"Patterns of ambulatory care use for gynecologic conditions: A national study." (2001). American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 184(4), 523-30. Wanda Nicholson, Holly Grason, Sylvia A. Ellison and Neil R. Powe -- Reprint.

Perinatal and Women's Health Issue Summaries. (1998). Individual summaries of 13 extensive literature reviews prepared by a WCHPC faculty team.

The Social Context of Women's Health. Cynthia S. Minkovitz, Katherine M. Baldwin, and Gillian Silver.

Women's Reproductive Health and Their Overall Well-Being. Dawn Misra.

Women's Experience of Chronic Diseases. Dawn Misra, Sara Inglis-Baldy, and Marjory Ruderman.

Depression in Women. Marjory Ruderman.

Abuse Against Women by Their Intimate Partners. Patricia O'Campo, Katherine M. Baldwin, Sara Inglis-Baldy, and Marjory Ruderman.

The Nutritional Status and Needs of Women of Reproductive Age. Yvonne L. Bronner, Katherine M. Baldwin, and Gillian Silver.

Women's Physical Activity in Leisure, Occupational and Daily Living Activities. Yvonne L. Bronner, Katherine M. Baldwin, and Gillian Silver.

Effects of Drug and Alcohol Use on Women's and Perinatal Health. (1999). Donna M. Strobino, Sara Inglis-Baldy, and Gillian Silver.

Effects of Smoking on Perinatal and Women's Health. Donna M. Strobino and Gillian Silver.

Pregnancy Planning and Unintended Pregnancy. Melissa Hawkins, Virginia Poole, and Marjory Ruderman.

Issues in Pregnancy Care. (1999). Donna M. Strobino, Dawn Misra, Wanda Nicholson, Melissa Hawkins, and Charlyn Cassady.

Health Care Services and Systems for Women of Reproductive Age. Carol S. Weisman, Holly A. Grason, and Gillian B. Silver

Public Health Roles Promoting the Health and Well-Being of Women. Holly Grason and Gillian Silver.

Errata to the Perinatal and Women's Health Issue Summaries.

Perinatal Health Systems Initiatives in Local Communities. (2002). Donna Strobino, Gillian Silver, Adam Allstron, Ann Koontz, and Holly Grason.

A Perinatal Health Framework That Incorporates a Lifespan Approach and a Multiple Determinants Model. A Working Paper. (2002). Dawn Misra, Bernard Guyer, and Adam Allston.

"Quality management in public and community health: examples from women's health." (2001). Quality Management in Health Care, 10(1), 54-64. Carol Weisman, Holly Grason, and Donna Strobino -- Reprint.

"Reducing Exposure to Environmental Toxicants Before Birth: Moving from Risk Perception to Risk Reduction." (2009). Public Health Reports, 124, 629-641. Holly Grason and Dawn Misra.

Reexaming the Organization of Perinatal Services Systems: A Preliminary Report. (2000). Donna Strobino, Holly Grason, Ann Koontz, and Gillian Silver.

"The relationship of race to women’s use of health information resources." (2003). American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 188(2), 580-585. Wanda Nicholson, Holly Grason, and Neil Powe.

The Roles Local Health Departments Play in the Organization and Provision of Perinatal Services. (2002). Research brief. Donna Strobino, Ann Koontz, Gillian Silver, Adam Allston, and Holly Grason.

The Roles Local Health Departments Undertake in Serving Non-Pregnant Women of Reproductive Age. (2002). Research brief. Donna Strobino, Ann Koontz, Gillian Silver, Adam Allston, and Holly Grason.

State Strategies for Improving Data on Women's Health. (2002). Holly Grason et al. 

"The Timing of Maternal Depressive Symptoms and Mothers' Parenting Practices with Young Children: Implications for Pediatric Practice." (2006). Pediatrics, 118, e174-e182. Kathryn Taaffe McLearn, Cynthia Minkovitz, Donna Strobino, Elisabeth Marks. and William Hou.

Welfare Reform and Women's Health: Opportunities to Advance the Public Response to the Health Needs of Women on Welfare through Collaboration. (2001). Research brief. Patricia O'Campo and Lucia Rojas-Smith.

Welfare Reform and Women's Health: Review of the Literature and Implications for State Policy. (1998). Research brief. Patricia O'Campo and Lucia Rojas-Smith.

"Welfare Reform and Women's Health: Review of the Literature and Implications for State Policy." (1998). Journal of Public Health Policy, 19(4), 420-446. Patricia O'Campo and Lucia Rojas-Smith -- Reprint.

"Welfare reform and women’s health: Challenges and opportunities to advance the public response to the health needs of poor women through monitoring and collaboration." (2002). Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 23(1/2), 129-149. Lucia Rojas-Smith, Patricia O’Campo, and Holly Grason -- Reprint.

Child and Adolescent Health

Analysis of the Concept of Primary Care for Children and Adolescents. A Policy Research Brief. (1994). Anne S. Johansen, Barbara Starfield, and Jennifer Harlow.

Assessing and Developing Primary Care for Children: Reforms in Health Systems. (1995). Holly Grason and Bernard Guyer (eds.)

"Associations between maternal and child health status and patterns of medical care use." (2002). Ambulatory Pediatrics, 2(2), 85-92. Cynthia Minkovitz, Patricia O’Campo, Yi Hua Chen, and Holly Grason -- Reprint.

Building Bridges for Child Health Research, Policy and Practice: New Concepts and Paradigms. (2001). Holly Grason, Cynthia Minkovitz, Gillian Silver, et al.

Building Bridges for Child Health Research, Policy and Practice: New Concepts and Paradigms, Issue Brief. (2002). Gillian Silver, Holly Grason, and Cynthia Minkovitz.

Building Faculty Capacity for the Development of Community Pediatrics Residency Training. Issue Brief. (2007). Jennifer Mettrick.

Child Health Needs Assessment: A Review of Data Sources to Measure Child Health Status. A Technical Resource Brief. (1995). Donna Strobino.

Child Health Systems Primary Care Assessment: Community Self-Assessment Guide. (1995). Alyssa Wigton and Holly Grason.

Child Health Systems: PCAT Guidelines and Administration Manual.

Children's Primary Health Care Planning in Arizona. A Strategy Brief. (1994). Alyssa Wigton, Holly Grason, Charlyn Cassady, Jane Pearson, and Dorothy Cooper [Also available through the National Maternal and Child Health Clearinghouse].

"Community Pediatrics: A Consistent Focus in Residency Training From 2002 to 2005." (2007).  Ambulatory Pediatrics, 7(4), 321-324. Barry Solomon, Cynthia Minkovitz, Holly Grason, and Carol Carraccio.

"Community Pediatrics: Gender Differences in Perspectives of Residents." (2006). Ambulatory Pediatrics, 6(6), 326-331. Cynthia Minkovitz, Anita Chandra, Barry Solomon, Karen McDonnell, Gillian Silver, and Thomas Tonniges.

"Consumer Experiences and Provider Perceptions of the Quality of Primary Care: Implications for Managed Care." (1998). Journal of Family Practice, 46, 216-226. Barbara Starfield, Charlyn Cassady, Joy Nanda, Christopher B. Forrest, and Ronald Berk -- Reprint.

"Developmental Services in Primary Care for Low-Income Children: Clinicians' Perceptions of the Healthy Steps for Young Children Program." (2004). Journal of Urban Health, 81, 206-221. Kathryn McLearn, Donna Strobino, Nancy Hughart, Cynthia Minkovitz, Daniel Scharfstein, Elisabeth Marks, and Bernard Guyer.

"Early childhood health promotion and its life course health consequences." (2009). Academic Peditrics, 9(3), 142-149. Bernard Guyer, Sai Ma, Holly Grason, Kevin Frick, Deborah Perry, Alyssa Sharkey, and Jennifer McIntosh.

Enhancing Community Pediatrics Training: Perspectives of Residents and Faculty of the Community Pediatrics Training Initiative (CPTI), Five Years Later. Issue Brief. (2006). Erin Hansen and Cassandra Althauser.

"Factors influencing community pediatrics training in residency." (2007). Journal of Pediatrics, 150, 119-120. Cynthia Minkovitz, Anita Chandra,  Barry Solomon, Lee Sanders, Holly Grason, and Carol Carraccio.

"Health Services for Children and Adolescents: 'Non-System' of Care." (1997). Holly Grason and Madlyn Morreale. In Stein, REK (Ed.) Health Care for Children: What's Right, What's Wrong, What's Next. New York: United Hospital Fund.

"Healthy Steps for Young Children: Sustained results at 5.5 years." (2007). Pediatrics, 150(4), 658-668. Cynthia Minkovitz, Donna Strobino, Kamila Mistry, Daniel Scharfstein, Holly Grason, William Hou, Nicholas Ialongo, and Bernard Guyer.

Integrating Measures of Early Childhood Health and Development into State Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant Plans. (2004). Holly Grason, Catherine Hess, Karen Van Landeghem, Gillian Silver, Brett Brown, and Edward Schor.

Investments to Promote Children's Health: A systematic literature review and economic analysis of interventions in the preschool period. (2008). Bernard Guyer, Sai Ma, Holly Grason, Kevin Frick, Alyssa Wigton, and Jennifer McIntosh.
Issue Brief:
Early Childhood Health Problems and Prevention Strategies: Costs and Benefits: Studies Show Lasting Societal Benefits from Investments in the Health of Young Children. (2008). Partnership for America’s Economic Success, Washington, DC.

MCH Policy Research Brief: Improving Access to Primary Care for Adolescents: School Health Centers as a Service Delivery Strategy. (1995). John Santelli, Madlyn Morreale, Alyssa Wigton, and Holly Grason.

"Measuring Consumer Experiences With Primary Care." (2000). Pediatrics, 105, 998-1003. Charlyn Cassady, Barbara Starfield, Margarita Hurtado, Ronald Berk, Joy Nanda, and Lori Friedenberg -- Reprint.

"Narrowing the Income Gaps in Preventive Care for Young Children: Families in Healthy Steps." (2004). Journal of Urban Health, 81, 556-567. Kathryn McLearn, Donna Strobino, Cynthia Minkovitz, Elisabeth Marks, David Bishai, and William Hou.

"Parental satisfaction with early pediatric care and immunization of young children: the mediating role of age-appropriate well-child care utilization." (2007). Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med, 161(1), 50-56. Ashley Schempf, Cynthia Minkovitz, Donna Strobino, and Bernard Guyer.

"Pediatricians' Involvement in Promoting Community Access to Child Health (CATCH)." (1999). Pediatrics, 103(6) , Supplement. -- Reprint.Pediatricians’

"Perspectives Regarding Community Child Health: Training,Involvement, and Expectations According to Age." (2007) Pediatrics: 120;1036-1043. Cynthia Minkovitz, Karen O'Connor, Holly Grason, Judith Palfrey, Anita Chandra, and Thomas Tonniges.

"Pediatricians' involvement in community child health from 1989 to 2004." (2008). Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med, 162(7), 658-664. Cynthia Minkovitz, Karen O'Connor, Holly Grason, Anita Chandra, C. Andrew Aligne, Michael Kogan, and David Tayloe.

"Pediatricians’ Use of Language Services for Families with Limited English Proficiency." (2007). Pediatrics, 119:4;e920. Dennis Kuo, Karen O’Connor, Glenn Flores, and Cynthia Minkovitz.

"Pediatric Residents' Perceptions of Community Involvement Prior to Residency." 2006. Ambulatory Peditrics, 6(6), 337-341. Barry Solomon, Gregory Blaschke, Daniel West, Richard Pan, Lee Sanders, Nancy Swigonski, Earnestine Willis, and Donald Schwarz.

Perspectives of Pediatricians Regarding Community Involvement. Issue Brief. (2006). Erin Hansen and Holly Grason.

"A Practice-Based Intervention to Enhance Quality of Care in the First 3 Years of Life: The Healthy Steps for Young Children Program." (2003) JAMA. 290:3081-3091. Minkovitz CS, Hughart N, Strobino D, Scharfstein D, Grason H, Hou W, Miller T, Bishai D, Augustyn M,  McLearn KT, Guyer B.  

"Public Health and Primary Care: Framework for Proposed Linkages." (1996). American Journal of Public Health, 86(10), 1365-1369. Barbara Starfield -- Reprint.

"Rethinking the Organization of Children's Programs: Lessons from the Elderly." (1995). The Milbank Quarterly, 73(4), 565-97. Holly Grason and Bernard Guyer -- Reprint.

Rethinking the Organization of Children's Programs: Lessons from the Elderly. Executive Summary. (1995). Holly Grason and Bernard Guyer. Technical Resource Briefs and Materials.

Rethinking the Organization of Children's Programs: Lessons from the Elderly. Study Report. (1995). Holly Grason and Bernard Guyer.

"School Health Centers and Primary Care for Adolescents: A Review of the Literature." (1996). Journal of Adolescent Health, 18, 357-366. John Santelli, Madlyn Morreale, Alyssa Wigton, and Holly Grason -- Reprint.

Supporting Pediatricians in the Community: A History of CATCH. (1997). Vince L. Hutchins.

Sustainability of Primary Care Demonstration Projects. (1993). Mona C. Shediac and Anne Dievler.

"Training in Community Pediatrics: A National Survey of Program Directors." (2004). Ambulatory Pediatrics, 4(6), 476-481. Barry Solomon, Cynthia Minkovitz, Jennifer Mettrick, and Carol Carraccio -- Reprint.

Twelve Stories: Pediatrician-Led Community Child Health Initiatives. (1998). Holly Grason, Barbara Aliza, Vince Hutchins, Bernard Guyer, and Cynthia Minkovitz.

Children with Special Health Care Needs

Achieving Service Integration for Children with Special Health Care Needs: An Assessment of Alternative Medicaid Managed Care Models Volume I: Synthesis of Study Results.

Achieving Service Integration for Children with Special Health Care Needs: An Assessment of Alternative Medicaid Managed Care Models Volume II: Case Studies.

Applying Concepts and Data from the NHIS Child Disability Supplement to State CSHCN Program Planning. A Technical Resource Brief. (1997). Henry T. Ireys.

Assuring High Quality of Care for Persons with Developmental Disabilities and Other Special Health Care Needs: Specifications for a Definition of Medical Necessity.(1999). Henry Ireys, Elizabeth Wehr, and Robert Cooke.

"Assuring Quality of Care for Children with Special Needs in Managed Care Organizations: Roles for Pediatricians." (1996). Pediatrics, 98(2), 178-185. Henry T. Ireys, Holly Grason, and Bernard Guyer -- Reprint.

Blueprint for a Needs Assessment: Contributing to a System of Care for Children with Special Needs & Their Families. A Technical Resource Brief. (1995). Henry T. Ireys.

"Capitation Payment Rates and Implications for the General Pediatrician." (1998). Current Opinion in Pediatrics, 10(5), 480-485. Gerard F. Anderson and Joshua H. Bilenker -- Reprint.

Comparison of Risk Adjusters for Children with Chronic Illnesses. (2000). Wenke Hwang, Henry Ireys, and Gerard Anderson, revised manuscript submitted to Pediatrics.

"Development and evaluation of a satisfaction scale for parents of children with special health care needs." (1999). Pediatrics, 104(5 Suppl.), 1182-1191. Henry T. Ireys and Jamie J. Perry -- Reprint.

Defining Medical Necessity: Strategies for Promoting Access to Quality Care for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Mental Retardation, and Other Health Care Needs. (1999). Henry T. Ireys, Elizabeth Wehr, and Robert Cook.

Defining Medical Necessity: Strategies for Promoting Access to Quality Care for Persons with Developmental Disabilities, Mental Retardation, and Other Health Care Needs – Executive Summary. (1999). Henry T. Ireys, Elizabeth Wehr and Robert Cook.

Family Voices Brochure on Managed Care. (1999). Family Voices.

Family Voices Leadership Handbook: A Health Care Policy Guide for Families and Friends of Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs. (1999). Family Voices.

"Health Care Utilization by Children with Chronic Illnesses: A Comparison of Medicaid and Employer-insure Managed Care." (1998). Pediatrics, 102(4). Deborah Shatin, Regina Levin, Henry T Ireys, and Virginia Haller.

Measurements of Quality of Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs. (2000). Holly Grason, Janis Lambert Connallon, and Henry T. Ireys.

New Opportunities, New Approaches: Serving Children with Special Health Care Needs Under SCHIP Volume I: Synthesis of Study Results.

New Opportunities, New Approaches: Serving Children with Special Health Care Needs Under SCHIP Volume II: Case Study.

Quality Health Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs. (1999). Family Voices.

Title V Roles in Coordinating Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs. (2000). Beth Zimmerman, Renee Schwalberg, Judith Gallagher, Mary-Aileen Harkins, and Erin Sines.

Using Data to Enhance Quality of Care For Children with Special Needs: The Role of Data Warehouses and Repositories. (1998). Henry Ireys, Sally Greene, Steve Massey, David Corro.

Mental and Physical Health: Barriers to and Strategies for Improved Integration -- Volume I: Synthesis of Case Study Report Findings. (2001). Zimmerman B, Schwalberg R, Botsko C, Gallagher J, Borzsak D.

Mental and Physical Health: Barriers to and Strategies for Improved Integration -- Volume II: Case Study Reports. (2001). Zimmerman B, Schwalberg R, Botsko C, Gallagher J, Borzsak D.

Public MCH Program Frameworks and Tools

"Assessing capacity and measuring performance in maternal and child health." (2002). Maternal and Child Health Journal, 6(2), 115-126. Arden Handler, Holly Grason, Marjory Ruderman, Michelle Issel, and Bernard Turnock -- Reprint.

Capacity Assessment for State Title V (CAST-5) – Preliminary Edition. (2001). Marjory Ruderman and Holly Grason.

Capacity Assessment for State Title V (CAST-5) - Second Edition. (2004). Marjory Ruderman and Holly Grason.

Capacity Assessment for State Title V (CAST-5) Planning Guide. (2005). Karen VanLandeghem.

Early Childhood System Building Tool. (2004) Marjory Ruderman and Holly Grason (WCHPC), in collaboration with the UCLA Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities.

Five Years of Experience with Capacity Assessment for State Title V (CAST-5). (2005) Marjory Ruderman, Holly Grason, and Catherine Hess.

MCH Policy Research Brief: Quality, Quality Assessment, and Quality Assurance Considerations for Maternal and Child Health Populations and Practitioners. (1995). Holly Grason and Bernard Guyer.

MCH Quality Functions Framework Table

"MCH Functions Framework: A Guide to the Role of Government in Maternal and Child Health for the 21st Century." (1997). Maternal and Child Health Journal, 1(1), 5-13. Anne Dievler, Holly Grason, and Bernard Guyer -- Reprint.

"Public Health Workforce Development: Keeping Population Health Goals in Mind." (2002). J Public Health Management and Practice, 8(2), 84-86. Marjory Ruderman and Holly Grason.

Public MCH Program Functions Framework: Essential Public Health Services to Promote Maternal and Child Health in America. (1995). Holly Grason and Bernard Guyer.

Public MCH Program Functions Framework: Essential Public Health Services to Promote Maternal and Child Health in America. Summary. (1995). Holly Grason, Bernard Guyer, and Nancy Nachbar.

Public MCH Program Functions Framework: Essential Public Health Services to Promote Maternal and Child Health in America. State Applications. (1997). Lori A. Friedenberg and Holly Grason.

"Use of the MCH Functions Framework as a Tool for Strengthening Public Health Practice." (1997). Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 3(5), 14-15. Holly Grason -- Reprint.


Also Available

Resource Guide to Concepts and Methods for Community-Based and Collaborative Problem Solving. (1999). Marjory Ruderman.

"...Many Hidden Springs..." Celebrating 50 years of maternal and child health sciences at Johns Hopkins University and a century of maternal and child health in Maryland. (1998). Anne Kennedy and the Department of Maternal and Child Health, the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health.

JHU Women's and Children's Health Policy Center Brochure.  


 

 

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