Effects of a Prenatal Depression Preventive Intervention on Parenting and Young Children’s Self-Regulation and Functioning (EPIC)

EPIC is a 5-year NICHD-funded research study looking at long-term outcomes of the Mothers and Babies group intervention on parenting and early child development. This project builds on previous work that has demonstrated MB’s effects on improving maternal mental health outcomes and will examine the intervention’s longer-term impact on parenting and child self-regulation from 30-54 months of age. This project may have great benefit to society, as preventive interventions delivered prenatally have the potential to influence long-term trajectories of parenting practices and child development, which, in turn, can chart a course for future child health and well-being.

Darius Tandon, PhD, Principal Investigator
312-503-3398
dtandon@northwestern.edu

Alicia Diebold, MSW, Research Data Analyst
312-503-4817
alicia.diebold@northwestern.edu

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Institute for Public Health & Medicine, Center for Community Health
Chicago, IL


CURRENT/POTENTIAL PARTICIPANTS:
If you are current participant in our study or have questions about participating, check out some of our frequently asked questions! To contact us, please email us at mbgroup@northwestern.edu.

Newsletter, June 2020 (English/Spanish)

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For Dads and other Caregivers

PARTICIPANTES ACTUALES/POTENCIALES:

Si Ud. es un participante en nuestro estudio o si tiene preguntas sobre participación, ¡mire una lista de nuestras preguntas frecuentes! Para contactarnos, por favor mándenos un correo electrónico a mbgroup@northwestern.edu.

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