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(p. 359) A Framework for Successful Implementation of the Triple P System 

(p. 359) A Framework for Successful Implementation of the Triple P System
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(p. 359) A Framework for Successful Implementation of the Triple P System
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Jenna McWilliam

, and Jacquie Brown

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190629069.003.0033
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date: 17 August 2018

When effective practices are supported by effective implementation procedures, they have a higher potential for impact. This chapter summarizes what we know about the implementation of the Triple P—Positive Parenting Program from research, evaluation, and experience from the field. It gives an overview of the science of implementing evidence-based parenting programs, a summary of research on Triple P implementation, and an introduction to the Triple P Implementation Framework (the Framework). The Framework was developed by Triple P’s purveyor organization and aims to support implementing communities and organizations to enhance practitioners’ use of Triple P, increase sustained service delivery, and widen the reach of Triple P in their communities. Through the Framework, communities and organizations are supported to adopt effective implementation practices as they are implementing Triple P.

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