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Developmental services in primary care for low-income children: Clinicians' perceptions of the Healthy Steps for Young Children program
McLearn, Kathryn Taaffe, 2004
Journal of Urban Health, 81(2), 206-221

A longitudinal investigation of the correlation between participation in the Healthy Steps for Young Children (HS) program and the practices and perceptions of clinicians serving low income populations as compared to those serving higher income populations, based on clinician surveys from 20 HS practice sites in 13 states collected between 1996 and 2001

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Have professional recommendations and consumer demand altered pediatric practice regarding child development?
Minkovitz, Cynthia Schaffer, 1998
Journal of Urban Health, 75(4), 739-750

A survey on the relationship between consumer demand and current practices of pediatricians participating in the Healthy Steps for Young Children Program in regard to children’s development

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Narrowing the income gaps in preventive care for young children: Families in Healthy Steps
McLearn, Kathryn Taaffe, 2004
Journal of Urban Health, 81(4), 556-567

A longitudinal investigating if family income has an effect on parental satisfaction with and utilization of Healthy Steps, a universal pediatric care program that provides enhanced developmental and behavioral services

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