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A cognitive behavioural parenting intervention reduced conduct problems in children and improved parenting skill and confidence

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 Q Does a community based cognitive behavioural parenting intervention delivered by a voluntary sector organisation reduce conduct problems in clinically referred children and improve parenting skill and confidence?

METHODS

Embedded ImageDesign:

randomised controlled trial.

Embedded ImageAllocation:

concealed.

Embedded ImageBlinding:

blinded {data collectors, researchers coding videotapes, and data analysts}.*

Embedded ImageFollow up period:

6 months.

Embedded ImageSetting:

9 sites (including community and family centres and church halls) in the UK.

Embedded ImagePatients:

76 families with children 2–9 years of age (74% boys) who were referred for conduct problems by primary healthcare workers, social workers, other professionals, or their own families and scored >10 on the Eyberg problem scale. Exclusion criteria were children with severe disabilities or in temporary care, drug addiction in parents, and previous participation in programmes by the Family Nurturing Network.

Embedded ImageIntervention:

Webster-Stratton’s Incredible Years parenting programme …

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