Faculty mentor: Kristine Campbell
Infants with referrals to Child Protective Services for suspected child maltreatment often have social determinants placing them at risk for negative health outcomes. Primary healthcare providers (PCP) are often unaware of the interventions of child welfare caseworkers (CWC) in the lives of these children and families. We hypothesized that a collaborative care practice aligning CWCs and PCPs will improve parental perceptions of infant health, child health care, and child welfare interventions.
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