11 June 2019
20th Helping Families Change Conference - AWARD NOMINATIONS
The 20th HFCC, to be held, appropriately enough, in 2020, will offer a variety of presentations and a social program to give delegates the chance to network with their international colleagues and enjoy Brisbane, a tropical jewel and the birthplace of the Triple P - Positive Parenting Program.
FEBRUARY 5-7 (Wednesday to Friday)
BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA
Registrations will open soon, and more invited speakers will be announced. In the meantime, some exciting keynote speakers from the USA and Australia are already part of the program (find out more about these presenters and their areas of expertise here).
AWARD NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN
Triple P International will present two awards, open to nominees from anywhere in the world:
- The Triple P Practice Excellence Award (for outstanding results in client outcomes, innovation and/or helping encourage population-level delivery of Triple P). Download the nomination form.
- The Triple P Research Network Early Career Research Award (for an outstanding contribution to research in the Triple P system). Download the nomination form.
CALL FOR PAPERS - INCLUDING PROVIDER AND PARENT STORIES
In addition to research and academic papers and presentations, the conference is also an opportunity for family support workers to present their own observations of evidence-based parenting support in action.
The scientific program committee invites submissions of abstracts for presentations, symposia, and posters on a broad range of domains related to children, parents, and families.
To encourage the broadest possible range of perspectives, especially welcome are abstracts from researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and professionals that address parenting and parenting intervention topics related to:
- Prevention of child maltreatment
- Promotion of self-regulation in children and parents/carers
- Parenting in the context of trauma and trauma-informed care
- Working with refugee families
- Cultural adaption of evidence-based parenting support
- Engaging with disadvantaged communities and diverse populations
- Supporting parents of children with chronic health problems and disabilities
- Workplace delivery of parenting support
- Professional supervision and peer support
- Policy and funding issues
- Implementation, sustainability and system-level change