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Monica Oxford

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Monica Oxford, Ph.D. is a Research Professor in the Department of Family and Child Nursing and the Executive Director of NCAST Programs and interim director of the Barnard Center of Infant Mental Health and Development.

Dr. Oxford’s research focuses on early parenting and child developmental outcomes for vulnerable families living in challenging environments.

Dr. Oxford’s interest is in how context, parenting, and child characteristics combine to inform particular patterns of child outcomes and how intervention services promote both parent and child wellbeing.

Home Campus, School, or College
School of Nursing
Population Health Focus Keywords
Mental Health or Illness
Field of Study
Social Sciences
Key Populations
Adult, Children, Infants, Underrepresented Populations, Vulnerable Populations
In what countries of the world does your research take place?

United States

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