Introducing, Researching, and Disseminating the Incredible Years Programmes in Wales
AbstractA case study reviewing the establishment of the evidence-based Incredible Years programme in Wales, describing the rationale for selecting the programme, the outcomes achieved in Wales, and the influence on policy leading to a Wales-wide dissemination strategy. The UK context features a growing trend towards evidence-based anti-violence services and significant increases in funding for early intervention. Factors that contributed to the success of this project included careful selection of a programme with evidence, establishing a local evidence base for it, ensuring that information was disseminated to government and service providers, and the need to build in a sustainability plan. The biggest challenge, lack of leader time and resources to deliver the programme effectively, is explored and solutions from Wales, including leader feedback surveys and manager training days are described.
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Hutchings, J. M. (2012). Introducing, Researching, and Disseminating the Incredible Years Programmes in Wales. International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV), 6(2), 225–233. https://doi.org/10.4119/ijcv-2914
Focus: Evidence-Based Developmental Prevention of Youth Violence and Bullying...
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