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HomVEE releases 2022 annual review

November 2022

HomVEE is announcing two newly added evidence-based models: Maternal Infant Health Outreach Worker (MIHOW) and Intervention Nurses Start Infants Growing on Healthy Trajectories (INSIGHT).

In addition, this release includes reviews of Following Baby Back Home (FBBH), Video-Feedback Intervention to promote Positive Parenting-Sensitive Discipline® (VIPP-SD), the Arizona Health Start Program, and the New Forest Parenting Programme and an updated review of the evidence-based Family Spirit®, which is a model specifically designed for and tested with tribal populations.

HomVEE updates review of research with tribal populations

November 2022

This year’s release also updates the HomVEE review of research on models implemented with tribal populations, which includes a streamlined, updated report.

Updated brief summarizing results of the HomVEE review

November 2022

This updated summary brief reflects the latest updates and describes the HomVEE review process, review results, and the 24 models determined to meet criteria from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for an “evidence-based early childhood home visiting service delivery model.”

HomVEE updates review process for evidence-based models

November 2022

Starting with the 2023 review cycle, HomVEE will review models that are already evidence based (Track 2) on a schedule instead of using a prioritization process.

In 2023, HomVEE will review the following evidence-based models:

  • Early Start (New Zealand)
  • Family Connects
  • Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)®
  • Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home Visiting Program (MECSH)
  • Minding the Baby® Home Visiting (MTB-HV)

HomVEE will pilot its new procedures for this process in 2023 and announce more information about the Track 2 schedule. If needed, manuscripts may be prioritized based on rigor. All research that HomVEE has reviewed in the past about evidence-based models will remain on the website.

There is no change to the prioritization process for models that are not yet evidence based (Track 1).