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(p. 227) Using Positive Parenting Programs in Different Delivery Systems: An Introduction 

(p. 227) Using Positive Parenting Programs in Different Delivery Systems: An Introduction
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(p. 227) Using Positive Parenting Programs in Different Delivery Systems: An Introduction
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Matthew R. Sanders

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190629069.003.0019
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date: 15 October 2018

A population approach to parenting support uses diverse delivery in person and online delivery contexts to provide parents with access to evidence-based programs. No single discipline, service sector, or mode of delivery should monopolize the provision of evidence-based parenting programs. Many different helping professionals come into contact with parents seeking support for parenting issues. It is particularly important that primary care settings are deployed as destigmatized socially normative points of contact for parents. Pediatricians, general practitioners, and community child health nurses are often approached for parenting advice. Similarly, the early childhood education and child care and school settings are also important contexts for the delivery of preventively focused parenting services and programs. In addition to considering how Triple P has been applied in these contexts, this section considers how evidence-based programs can be delivered in the context of the workplace, following natural disasters, through the media, and via the Internet.

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