In 2013, the West Virginia Perinatal Partnership organized a statewide committee of physicians, nurse practitioners, state agency staff and child advocates to develop a set of recommendations to improve screening and referral of children from birth to three. The committee’s findings and recommendations are detailed in the report, “Achieving Better Outcomes Through Child Developmental Screening and Referral.”
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Renate Pore, Ph.D., M.P.H.
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