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Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a universal parenting skills programme in deprived communities: multicentre randomised controlled trial
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    Family Links response to; Effectiveness and cost effectivenesss of a universal parenting skills programme in deprived communities: multicentre randomised controlled trial - Simkiss et al.
    • Annette Mountford, CEO
    • Other Contributors:
      • Sarah Darton - Family Links' Director for Parenting

    Family Links, is a charity responsible for developing the Nurturing Programme and training practitioners in the UK. We welcomed the opportunity to be one of the very few widely used parenting programmes in the UK to undergo an RCT, although our involvement was for the most part indirect. The study was conducted independently in South Wales' communities by Simkiss and colleagues and was unusual in that the programme was...

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