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SOPHIE - Supporting Optimal Parenting: Homevisiting for Immigrant families Engagement

Goal: How does it feel to become a parent far from your own family and culture? Can home-visiting intervention help immigrant parents?

In this study we aim to evaluate the subjective experience of immigrant families receiving a home-visiting program after the birth of their newborn. The study will be conducted according to qualitative methodology techniques.

The study is a collaboration between carried out at the IRCCS Mondino Foundation (Pavia, Italy) and ASST Lodi (Italy) and it is supported by the Italian Ministry of Health.

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Livio Provenzi
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Europe is facing an immigration crisis, as more than five million immigrant children each year are coming from other countries to the Mediterranean area. These children represented just under a third of the first‐time asylum seekers in 2015 and they were searching for asylum for a number of reasons. These included safety from exploitation and abuse, better living conditions, economic opportunities and family reunification. Sometimes there was more than one reason.
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How does it feel to become a parent far from your own family and culture? Can home-visiting intervention help immigrant parents?
In this study we aim to evaluate the subjective experience of immigrant families receiving a home-visiting program after the birth of their newborn. The study will be conducted according to qualitative methodology techniques.
The study is a collaboration between carried out at the IRCCS Mondino Foundation (Pavia, Italy) and ASST Lodi (Italy) and it is supported by the Italian Ministry of Health.