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(p. 357) Making Large-Scale Population-Level Implementation Work: An Introduction 

(p. 357) Making Large-Scale Population-Level Implementation Work: An Introduction
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(p. 357) Making Large-Scale Population-Level Implementation Work: An Introduction
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Matthew R. Sanders

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190629069.003.0032
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date: 22 May 2018

The successful large-scale implementation of the Triple P system of evidence-based parenting support requires a comprehensive implementation framework based on principles of implementation science to ensure programs can be scaled and deployed with fidelity. This section provides an overview of a range of factors that might influence the scalability of an intervention. Chapters outlining the Triple P Implementation Framework and system for training and accrediting professionals are discussed. However, any population-based approach needs a strong communications campaign to ensure that parents are aware of the programs, have a pathway to access the program, and are motivated to do so. Having reliable and valid measurement tools to assess outcomes at a population level is particularly important to ensure that policy-driven investments in parenting are achieved. Finally, an innovative model of clinical supervision using peer mentoring is discussed as a way of promoting competent program use.

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