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(p. 310) A Collaborative Partnership Adaptation Model 

(p. 310) A Collaborative Partnership Adaptation Model
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(p. 310) A Collaborative Partnership Adaptation Model
Author(s):

Karen M. T. Turner

, Matthew R. Sanders

, Louise J. Keown

, and Matthew Shepherd

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190629069.003.0028
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date: 15 October 2018

There is a need to increase access to evidence-based parenting support in disadvantaged and marginalized communities; however, cultural fit of a mainstream program may be a significant barrier to program adoption. Tailoring existing programs to local family and community needs is the most cost-effective route to achieve broader population reach, rather than creating a new program for each culturally diverse community. This chapter presents a collaborative partnership adaptation model that considers cultural fit and presents a process for tailored cultural adaptation of the implementation of parenting programs, including variations relating to both content and process that may be required for different cultural groups. The examples of Indigenous Triple P, developed with Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community consultation, and Te Whānau Pou Toru (Three Pillars of Positive Parenting), developed with New Zealand Māori community consultation, are discussed as examples.

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