Trends in Professional Education: PDF OnlyA Curriculum Preparing Staff To Integrate Health Services into Early Intervention ProgramsGodfrey, Athleen B. RN, MS, FAAN1; Haake, Jennifer RN, MPA2; Sannders, Darla RN, MEd3Author Information 1Clinical Professor, Parent-Child Nursing, University of Utah College of Nursing, Salt Lake City, Utah 2Public Health Program Manager, Klamath Tribal Health and Family Services, Klamath Falls, Oregon 3Program Director, BabywatcH-Early Intervention Program, Utah Department of Health, Division of Community and Family Health Services, Salt Lake City, Utah Infants & Young Children: April 1998 - Volume 10 - Issue 4 - p 56-70 Buy Abstract Utah's commitment to the health and development of infants and toddlers with disabilities has been the foundation for the implementation of health services in the state's early intervention programs. A curriculum designed to integrate health services into Utah's Part H (now Part C) programs was developed and tested in 1993. Since then, the Health Services Integration Curriculum (HSIC) has been delivered statewide to staff as part of Utah's Comprehensive System of Personnel Development Plan. A model published earlier by one author was updated and provided the conceptual framework for much of the HSIC content. An agenda, content, and teaching methods used are discussed, and evaluation data from the pilot testing are presented. ©1998Aspen Publishers, Inc.