The impact of three evidence-based programmes delivered in public systems in Birmingham, UK

@inproceedings{Little2012TheIO,
  title={The impact of three evidence-based programmes delivered in public systems in Birmingham, UK},
  author={Michael Little and Vashti Louise Berry and Louise Morpeth and Sarah Blower and Nick Axford and Rod S. Taylor and Tracey Bywater and Minna Lehtonen and Kate Tobin},
  year={2012}
}
The Birmingham Brighter Futures strategy was informed by epidemiological data on child well-being and evidence on “what works,” and included the implementation and evaluation of three evidence-based programmes in regular children’s services systems, as well as an integrated prospective cost-effectiveness analysis (reported elsewhere). A randomised controlled trial (RCT) of the Incredible Years BASIC parenting programme involved 161 children aged three and four at risk of a social-emotional or… CONTINUE READING

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