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Family Voices in Early Relational Health
In the fall of 2019, a small group of stakeholders in Oregon, including funders, child and family health care system staff and researchers committed to listening deeply to family perspectives on foundational early relationships and the potential for the child health care system to play a supportive role. Portland State University (PSU) led a pilot study to explore these topics by focus group interviews with three groups of families: (1) African American mothers living in inner Northeast Portland; (2) Spanish-speaking Latinx mothers living in rural Oregon; and (3) White mothers living in an isolated rural community in Southern Oregon. This webinar will bring a discussion by the PSU research team and participating parents of some of the key themes that emerged as well as their recommendations for how the child and family health system can be more supportive to their family relationships. Then three national discussants will each discuss the importance of the findings and implications for efforts to advance early relational health with parent voice in the lead.

Please join us on Tuesday December 1, 2020 11AM – 12:30PM PT for this important discussion of Family Voices in Early Relational Health.

Dec 1, 2020 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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