Building the capacity of family day care educators to promote children's social and emotional wellbeing: an exploratory cluster randomised controlled trial

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p842
Academic Journal
The article focuses on an exploratory cluster randomized controlled trial, which aims to build the capacity of family day care educators for promoting children's social and emotional wellbeing. It is stated that a capacity building intervention in child mental health promotion for family day care, essentially contributes towards research, policy and practice.


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