The department engages in clinically-based research that studies that impact of prematurity on development and health outcomes. The research has implications for medical treatments, potential interventions and policy changes.

Examples include research that:

  • assesses the developmental outcomes of infants who were in the neonatal intensive care unit, experienced a lack of oxygen and received a CoolCap treatment;

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  • determines the long-term social-emotional and academic outcomes of 1st grade children with a history of prematurity

The Interdisciplinary Center for Program Evaluation studies:

  • efficacy of early childhood programs on child and family outcomes
  • interventions that promote early literacy practices
  • strategies that promote parent-school partnerships

For More Information
Phone: (402) 559-7368
Toll Free: (800) 656-3937 ext. 97368
Fax: (402) 559-5850
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