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Evaluation of the COPING parent online universal programme: study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. / Owen, Dawn Adele; Griffith, Nia; Hutchings, Judy.

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T1 - Evaluation of the COPING parent online universal programme: study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial

AU - Owen, Dawn Adele

AU - Griffith, Nia

AU - Hutchings, Judy

PY - 2017/4/26

Y1 - 2017/4/26

N2 - College Road, Bangor, LL57 2AS, UKIntroduction The COPING parent online universal programme is a web-based parenting intervention for parents of children aged 3-8 years with an interestin positive parenting. The programme focuses on strengthening parent-child relationships and encouraging positive child behaviour. This trial will evaluate whether the intervention is effective in increasing the use of positive parenting strategies outlined in the programme using parent report and blind observation measures.Methods and analysis This is a pilot randomised controlled trial with intervention and wait-list control conditions. The intervention is a 10-week online parenting programme to promote positive parent-child relationsby teaching core social learning theory principles that encourage positive child behaviour, primarily throughthe use of praise and rewards. Health visitors and school nurses will circulate a recruitment poster to parentsof children aged 3–8 years on their current caseloads. Recruitment posters will also be distributed via local primary schools and nurseries. Parents recruited to the trial will be randomised on a 2:1 ratio to intervention or wait-list control conditions (strati ed according to child gender and age). The primary outcome measure is positive parenting as measured by a behavioural observation of parent-child interactions using the Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System. Secondary outcomes include parent report of child behaviour, and self-reported parental sense of competence, parenting behaviour and parental mental health. Data will be collected at baseline and 3 months later (postintervention) for all participants and 6 months postbaseline for the intervention group only. Analysis of covariance will be the main statistical method used.Ethics and dissemination The trial has received ethical approval from the NHS Betsi Cadwaladr UniversityHealth Board Ethics Committee (REC) and the Schoolof Psychology, Bangor University REC (15/WA/0463). Publication of all outcomes will be in peer-reviewed journals and conference presentations.

AB - College Road, Bangor, LL57 2AS, UKIntroduction The COPING parent online universal programme is a web-based parenting intervention for parents of children aged 3-8 years with an interestin positive parenting. The programme focuses on strengthening parent-child relationships and encouraging positive child behaviour. This trial will evaluate whether the intervention is effective in increasing the use of positive parenting strategies outlined in the programme using parent report and blind observation measures.Methods and analysis This is a pilot randomised controlled trial with intervention and wait-list control conditions. The intervention is a 10-week online parenting programme to promote positive parent-child relationsby teaching core social learning theory principles that encourage positive child behaviour, primarily throughthe use of praise and rewards. Health visitors and school nurses will circulate a recruitment poster to parentsof children aged 3–8 years on their current caseloads. Recruitment posters will also be distributed via local primary schools and nurseries. Parents recruited to the trial will be randomised on a 2:1 ratio to intervention or wait-list control conditions (strati ed according to child gender and age). The primary outcome measure is positive parenting as measured by a behavioural observation of parent-child interactions using the Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System. Secondary outcomes include parent report of child behaviour, and self-reported parental sense of competence, parenting behaviour and parental mental health. Data will be collected at baseline and 3 months later (postintervention) for all participants and 6 months postbaseline for the intervention group only. Analysis of covariance will be the main statistical method used.Ethics and dissemination The trial has received ethical approval from the NHS Betsi Cadwaladr UniversityHealth Board Ethics Committee (REC) and the Schoolof Psychology, Bangor University REC (15/WA/0463). Publication of all outcomes will be in peer-reviewed journals and conference presentations.

U2 - 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013381

DO - 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013381

M3 - Article

VL - 7

JO - BMJ Open

JF - BMJ Open

SN - 2044-6055

IS - 4

M1 - e013381

ER -