Pour une approche de santé publique dans les programmes de soutien parental factuels

Translated title of the contribution: Adopting a public health approach to the delivery of evidence-based parenting interventions

Matthew R. Sanders

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    Abstract

    A public health perspective to the delivery of parenting programs has the potential to greatly increase the impact of evidence-based psychological interventions targeting parents and families. However, a population-level benefit is unlikely to be achieved unless sustained programmatic efforts are undertaken to further increase the reach of efficacious interventions. In addition, such programs need to be adapted to local circumstances, be delivered in a culturally relevant manner, and be used in a sustained way by adoptee organisations if the potential benefits of these interventions are to be realised. The multilevel Triple P system of parenting interventions is used as an example to illustrate the benefits and challenges involved in delivering a comprehensive system of parenting interventions, services, and programs. Practical implications for largescale implementation and possible future directions for research are identified. © 2010 Canadian Psychological Association.
    Translated title of the contributionAdopting a public health approach to the delivery of evidence-based parenting interventions
    Original languageFrench
    Pages (from-to)17-30
    Number of pages13
    JournalCanadian Psychology
    Volume51
    Issue number1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Feb 2010

    Keywords

    • Evidence-based
    • Intervention
    • Parenting
    • Public health
    • Triple P

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