Measuring the impact and costs of a universal group based parenting programme: protocol and implementation of a trial
- Strategies for maximizing consent rates for child dental health surveys: a randomised controlled trial. Glenny, Anne-Marie; Worthington, Helen V.; Milsom, Keith M.; Rooney, Eric; Tickle, Martin // BMC Medical Research Methodology;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p1
Background: Poor response rates can jeopardise the validity of the findings of epidemiological surveys. The aim of this study was to undertake a randomised controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of different strategies for maximizing parental consent rates for dental health surveys of...
- Study protocol for the evaluation of an Infant
Simulator based program delivered in schools: a
pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial. Brinkman, Sally A.; Johnson, Sarah E.; Lawrence, David; Codde, James P.; Hart, Michael B.; Straton, Judith A. Y.; Silburn, Sven // Trials;2010, Vol. 11, p100
Background: This paper presents the study protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial to evaluate the impact of a school based program developed to prevent teenage pregnancy. The program includes students taking care of an Infant Simulator; despite growing popularity and an increasing...
- Parental willingness to enter a child in a controlled vaccine trial. Langley, Joanne M.; Halperin, Scott A.; Mills, Elaine L.; Eastwood, Brian // Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Feb98, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p12
Presents a study which examines the reasons why parents are stimulated to enrol or not enrol their children in a randomized controlled vaccine trial. What findings of an Australian study of parents of children enrolled in a randomized, controlled trial of an asthma medication revealed;...
- A randomised controlled trial of the efficacy of the ABCD Parenting Young Adolescents Program: rationale and methodology. Burke, Kylie; Brennan, Leah; Roney, Sarah // Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Mental Health;2010, Vol. 4, p22
Background: The transition to adolescence is a time of increased vulnerability for risk taking and poor health, social and academic outcomes. Parents have an important role in protecting their children from these potential harms. While the effectiveness of parenting programs in reducing problem...
- Your child 6 to 12. Pruett, Kyle // Good Housekeeping;Jun94, Vol. 218 Issue 6, p58
Presents answers to questions by parents concerning their children. Overweight ten-year-old daughter; Seven-year-old son's stealing; Dirty jokes by a ten-year-old son; Difference in styles between father and mother towards their children; Tough talk from second daughter; Flying with children.
- Parent-Child Relationship Disorders: What Do the Child Vulnerability Scale and the Parent Protection Scale Measure? Thomasgard, Michael; Metz, W. Peter // Clinical Pediatrics;Jun1999, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p347
Presents a study which examined the ability of parent responses to questions regarding the child's health, behavior and development to predict scores on the Child Vulnerability Scale and the Parent Protection Scale. Methodology of the study; Results and discussion; Conclusion.
- Answers From Dr. Sears. // Parenting;Apr2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p33
Answers some questions about children's health. Way to treat bumps on the head; Toddlers' walking styles; Ways to promote infant-parent bonding.
- Cultivating Little Green Thumbs. Geddes, Jennifer Kelly // Parenting;May2002, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p35
Offers tips for parents on protecting children during dirt-eating stage. Protection of kids from harmful pesticides or animal feces; Ways to protect skin from insect bites.
- 'Mom, Am I Fat?'. // Today's Christian Woman;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p14
Presents guidelines for mothers in engaging positive body talks with children. Need to compliment people on attitudes rather than physical features; Importance of instilling in the child the effects of restricted diet; Significance of reminding children the image of God in their person.