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US policy makers advocate Triple P

US policy makers advocate Triple P

The Positive Parenting Program has been included in policy recommendations to reduce the effects of poverty on children
Private vs Public bullying

Private vs Public bullying

Dr Karyn Healy investigates claims suggesting children at public schools are more likely to be bullied
Engaging fathers in parenting

Engaging fathers in parenting

New research reveals that a modified version of Group Triple P encourages fathers' engagement in the program.
Evidence for Triple P grows

Evidence for Triple P grows

At last count, 776 researchers from 244 research organisations have contributed to 588 papers on Triple P
Helping children cope with disaster

Helping children cope with disaster

UQ Psych's Triple P program offers Qld parents free seminars about helping children cope with natural disasters
$5 million NHMRC Grant Received

$5 million NHMRC Grant Received

The Minister of Health recently announced that Matt Sanders & Kate Sofronoff were awarded a NHMRC grant for $5.2 million
Trial of Resilience Triple P

Trial of Resilience Triple P

The Trial of the Resilience Triple P program is now commencing! The 8-week program is for families of children aged 7-11.
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