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Families with a child diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder completed an 8-session parenting program, the Group Triple P Positive Parenting Program, provided by videoconferencing technology. Families reported improved child behavior (effect size of d = -1.23) and decreased parent distress (d = -0.34). Parent training implemented with(More)
The topic addressed is the use of telemedicine involving a rural health care setting and child clinical services provided through an innovative model of telehealth applications. Telehealth technology and services have gained the attention of both scientists and practitioners examining trends and models of health care delivery for underserved populations and(More)
Telepsychology offers the potential to reach rural and underserved children and families with mental health concerns. The current study evaluated the effects of using videoconferencing technology to deliver an evidence-based parenting program, the Group Triple P Positive Parenting Program (Group Triple P; Turner, Markie-Dadds, & Sanders, 2002), with(More)
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