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(p. 433) Partnerships and Scaling Up Population-Level Interventions 

(p. 433) Partnerships and Scaling Up Population-Level Interventions
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(p. 433) Partnerships and Scaling Up Population-Level Interventions
Author(s):

Conor Owens

, Orla Doyle

, Mary Hegarty

, Karen Heavey

, and Eamonn Farrell

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190629069.003.0040
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date: 17 October 2018

The successful implementation of population-based parenting strategies require alliances and partnerships between service provision agencies, local government, funders, and consumers to implement parenting programs. This chapter describes the Midland Area Parenting Partnership approach to parenting that implemented the population-level Triple P—Positive Parenting Program in the Republic of Ireland. Based on principles of self-regulation, minimal sufficiency and a focus on outcomes, the implementation model was based on a core team who drove local implementation and facilitated quality delivery, reach, scaling up, and sustainability. The chapter provides lessons learned on the development of effective local partnerships to support effective parenting. The partnership and core team model are continually evolving in response to lessons learned.

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