Date of Graduation
Master of Public Health (MPH)
School of Nursing and Health Professions
The Stanford Pediatric Advocacy Program advocates to improve the health status of children in Silicon Valley and the surrounding community. This summer, I worked on a project called Kinder Ready, with the goal of evaluating the feasibility of technology use in promoting school readiness in children ages zero to five. We used a variety of qualitative research methods, including focus groups, one-on-one interviews, and surveys to collect feedback from the community on what their children need to transition into schools. Our local participatory research approach has paved the way for many new partnerships with local organizations, while strengthening existing ones. I will detail my fieldwork experience with the Stanford Pediatric Advocacy Program, specific to exploring the role of technology in promoting school readiness among low-income parents in a clinic-based setting.
Lu, Brenda, "Kinder Ready: Exploring the Role of Technology in Promoting School Readiness Among Low-Income Parents in a Clinic-Based Setting" (2016). Master's Projects. 402.