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Whole family approaches to research and practice: A look at CAP Tulsa’s 2Gen CareerAdvance® program transcript

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Popham, Amelia
Dwyer, Kathleen
Bradford, Janae
Eckrich Sommer, Teresa
Sabol, Terri
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Fairfax, VA
Published Date: 
12/03/2018
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Monday, December 3, 2018
Year: 
2018
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On December 3rd, 2018, from 2:30 to 4:00 pm (EST), the Self-Sufficiency Research Clearinghouse (SSRC) hosted a free webinar entitled Whole Family Approaches to Research and Practice: A Look at CAP Tulsa’s 2Gen CareerAdvance® Program.  This moderated webinar, presented in partnership with the Health Profession Opportunity Grants University Partnership (HPOG UP) Research Grants program, provided an indepth look at 2Generation, or “whole family,” approaches to service delivery systems, which weave supports for both parents and children together, with the goal of promoting self-sufficiency for the current family unit, as well as future generations to come.  During this webinar, presenters took a closer look at whole family approaches through the lens of both a practitioner and a researcher with a special focus on CAP Tulsa, which provides a 2Generation healthcare training program called CareerAdvance.  Dr. Teresa Sommer, Dr. Terri Sabol, and Janae Bradford served as speakers while Amelia Popham moderated the discussion and Dr. Kathleen Dwyer served as the discussant.

This document is the transcript from Whole Family Approaches to Research and Practice: A Look at CAP Tulsa’s 2Gen CareerAdvance® Program.  View additional Webinar materials.

 

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