Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. EST
How can fathers be engaged in home visiting interventions and what types of outcomes do the interventions inspire? What are the programming needs of fathers whose children are in formal and informal relative care arrangements, and how do fatherhood programs currently deal with them? And what does a review of 26 published and unpublished fatherhood studies in 34 locations tell us about the outcomes they produce?
This webinar will present findings from three Fatherhood Research and Practice Network (FRPN)-funded fatherhood studies. The following researchers will discuss their implications for programs:
- Jennifer Bellamy, University of Denver, School of Social Work, “Engaging Fathers in Home Visiting: Lessons from a Randomized Controlled Trial".
- Qiana Cryer-Coupet, North Carolina State University, "Understanding the Needs of Fathers with Children in Kinship Care: Father, Practitioner and Caregiver Perspectives".
- Erin Holmes and Alan Hawkins, Brigham Young University, “Caring for their Children: Meta-analysis of Father Education Programs for Nonresident, Unmarried and Low-Income Fathers”.
Register for the webinar here.