KEYNET is a collaborative network which fosters research initiatives focused on assessment, evaluation, and enhancement of medical training on the promotion of positive parenting behaviors and strong parent-child relationships within the healthcare setting. The network was started by the Mount Sinai Parenting Center in collaboration with representatives across the United States, after the successful launch of The Keystones of Development curriculum, a 4-hour, online, self-directed curriculum modeling how residents can promote strong parent-child relationships and positive parenting behaviors during routine visits from birth to age 5.
Through this new research network, residents, students, faculty, fellows, and healthcare staff can participate in multi-institutional research initiatives focused on assessing, evaluating, and enhancing clinical practice that promotes positive parenting behaviors and strong parent-child relationships.
KEYNET can help:
· Provide you with opportunities for scholarship
· Connect you with others interested in similar research!
· Support your research process with mentorship and guidance
Check out the KEYNET website (https://www.keynetcollaborative.org/) to learn more about the mission, committee members and mentors, and how to submit a proposal!