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INTEGRATION OF HOME VISITING AND THE FAMILY-CENTERED MEDICAL HOME

Research paper talking about the findings of home visits for better health and child development and the Children's Center of the Carolina Health Center's. They explore different models including a (1) Patient-Centered Medical Home, (2) Medical Home for Children Health and (3) partnerships for home visitation and the impact of these models. Can be used to inform ideas in other communities with less resources. 



INTEGRATION OF HOME VISITING AND THE FAMILY-CENTERED MEDICAL HOME Research paper talking about the findings of home visits for better health and child development and the Children's Center of the Carolina Health Center's. They explore different models including a (1) Patient-Centered Medical Home, (2) Medical Home for Children Health and (3) partnerships for home visitation and the impact of these models. Can be used to inform ideas in other communities with less resources. 

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Sergio commented on Anyone's Learning Experience (ALEX)

Thanks for the videos. Those are helpful. We are have a number of personas that we have served, but all are at a point of 'career transition'. Here background and shift into legal is one we wanted to capture... We are looking at retail and other companies with tuition reimbursement but that differs by region.

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Sergio commented on Anyone's Learning Experience (ALEX)

Hey Bianca,

The video looks great. Quick feedback on the questions... might just want to open with "What is your name, can you say a little bit about yourself?" and then follow up with the other questions. Over all You asked awesome follow up questions. Try only asking 1 question at a time, not to overload the interviewee. The feedback on the website was great!

In making the transition, ask, 'what' she did and 'how she did it'. Example:
When did you have to do to become a paralegal?
Did you have to take any tests? Or get any certifications?
What did you do to prepare? Did you take classes? If so which ones?
... you are collective 'evidence' of what they did and how it is tied to the outcome.

Example of some 'evidence' (things that she 'did' versus 'what she said') she said she found the articles interesting, but did not read any of them yet, the reality is 'she did not read them and saw the titles'... my assumption that the content was not as compelling for her or she would have read/skimmed at least one.

Anyway, great investigator skills!

Great feedback, we are going to take some of her feedback and update the website tonight and tomorrow so you can share with her.

Can you ask her what training courses she took to go from assistant to paralegal if any?
Great job! Who can you interview next?

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Sergio commented on Anyone's Learning Experience (ALEX)

It has been hard to reach heads of HR, we are emailing a number of them now, but have not had many user interviews...