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PHR - 12/3070/04

How far could widespread dissemination of parenting programmes improve child antisocial behaviour and reduce social inequalities? Combining datasets from trials in different communities to establish for whom programmes are effective and cost effective

Project title: How far could widespread dissemination of parenting programmes improve child antisocial behaviour and reduce social inequalities? Combining datasets from trials in different communities to establish for whom programmes are effective and cost effective

Call to action: 12/3070 12/3070 Studies using pre-existing data

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Frances Gardner

Lead Author: Professor Frances Gardner

Contractor: University of Oxford

Cost: £338,783.40

Co-investigators: Professor Andrew Pickles, Professor Jennifer Beecham, Professor Judy Hutchings, Professor Sabine Landau, Professor Stephen Scott.

Started: November 2013 | Status: Published December 2017

The Incredible Years parenting programme, already known to be effective for reducing child disruptive behaviour, worked equally effectively for disadvantaged or minority families and is likely to be cost-effective.

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