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Q Does a parenting intervention delivered by a community voluntary organisation reduce conduct problems in children?
Randomised controlled trial.
Single blind (assessors blinded).
Six months (includes 3.5 month treatment period).
Five urban community sites in one county in England; time period not stated.
Seventy six children (aged 2–9 years) with clinical conduct problems (Eyberg problem scale). Exclusion criteria: parental drug addiction; child in foster care or severely disabled.
Webster–Stratton “Incredible Years” (see http://www.incredibleyears.com) parent training intervention (weekly 2-hour sessions for 14 weeks) or wait-list control. The intervention was delivered in groups of 10–12 parents (partners and grandparents were also invited), run by trained group leaders from a voluntary organisation. Sessions used video clips and role play to teach appropriate strategies. …
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