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Kathryn E. Barnard
Kathryn E. Barnard
Parent-Child Interaction Model
Professor and Director of Center on Infant Mental Health and
Development. School of Nursing. Psychology. Center of Human
Development and Disability.
Barnard has developed evidence-based assessment and parent
education protocols that are used worldwide and have
revolutionized clinical practice with infants and their
parents. Her international advocacy efforts that have led to
changes in health policy that promote infant development.
The core value of Barnard's lifelong work has been to show
that healthy infant development is dependent upon a parent or
caretaker responding to signals from the child in a loving and
dependable manner, starting from the moment of birth.
About the School Named Spence Professor of Nursing. In
recognition of her outstanding leadership, scholarship and
passion for the well being of infants and young children.
Slide presentation. Overview on some of Professor Barnards’
Kathryn E. Barnard Professor and Director of Center on
Parent-Child Interaction Model - In the 1970s,
when Barnard began her studies of infants and their mothers,
there was minimal appreciation of the connections between
earliest communication, touch, brain growth, and the ways
humans develop the social, emotional and behavioral
capacities to self-regulate, connect with others, and
experience the world as a safe and predictable place.
(Information from Nursingtheory.net)
Professor Barnard presented with the Gustav O. Lienhard Award
for the advancement of personal health services in the Fields
of Child Development and Parent Education.
IOM Innovators in Fields of Child Development and Parent
Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies will
present this year's Gustav O. Lienhard Award for the
advancement of personal health services to two outstanding
leaders: Kathryn E. Barnard, founder and director of the
Center for Infant Mental Health and Development, and T.
Berry Brazelton, president and chair of the Brazelton
Barnard Honored by Institute of Medicine -
In recognition of her pioneering work to improve the
physical and mental health outcomes of infants and young
children, Dr. Kathryn Barnard has received the Gustav O.
Leinhard Award from the Institute of Medicine.
the mentally retarded child;: A family care approach
Unknown Binding: 158 pages
Publisher: Mosby (1972)
Foundation of Experience (Clinical Infant Reports, No 4)
Revised and expanded proceedings of the Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Round Table X on the role of
touch in development and well-being. The 21 papers explore philosophical and neuroanatomical
perspectives, animal studies, touch as an integration and learning system for preterm infants,
therapeutic touch, and the importance of touch throughout the life span. Annotation copyright
Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Hardcover: 596 pages
Publisher: International Universities Press (October 1, 1990)
children with developmental problems: A family care approach
Unknown Binding: 182 pages
Publisher: Mosby; 2d ed edition (1976)
Support and Families of Vulnerable Infants (Birth Defects Original Article Series)
Paperback: 339 pages
Publisher: March of Dimes Birth Defects (May 1, 1985)
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