Video: Lisa McElaney ’77 Fights Child Abuse in Multiple Doses with ‘All Babies Cry’

Research by trustee emerita Lisa McElaney ’77, president and principal investigator for Vida Health Communications, has been looking at ways media education distributed at childbirth might effectively reduce incidents of child abuse in the first year of life. With NIH funding and a handful of powerful partnerships, “All Babies Cry” is a multiple-dose intervention program distributed during the maternity stay. It includes a video, booklet, take-home DVD and various online components.

5 thoughts on “Video: Lisa McElaney ’77 Fights Child Abuse in Multiple Doses with ‘All Babies Cry’

  1. Craig Williams

    Lisa,
    This is terrific…wish it had been available 30 years ago when Emily was a non-stop crying infant.
    Kudos to you for your continuing important work to help so many.
    Hope to see you and Abe soon,
    Very best,
    Craig

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