The power of an evidence-based system
Whether you are an individual practitioner offering parenting support to patients or clients, or a government, agency or organization implementing parenting interventions across a community, you need to be confident you can rely on the parenting program you choose. Can it genuinely help your parents? Evidence-based practice is now the standard commonly demanded by providers and funding bodies.
Triple P's body of evidence is the most extensive of any parenting program. It comprises more than 800 published papers, including more than 280 evaluation studies, of which more than 145 are randomized controlled trials.
Triple P's programs are tested both independently and in conjunction with the Parenting and Family Support Centre, University of Queensland. More than 1150 different authors across 364 institutions in at least 32 countries worldwide have contributed to the Triple P evidence base. Of the outcome studies in the evidence base, 95 percent had no developer involvement, and have not involved a University of Queensland author.