A randomized controlled trial of a proportionate universal parenting program delivery model (E-SEE Steps) to enhance child social-emotional wellbeing

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References: ywater T, Berry V, Blower S, Bursnall M, Cox E, et al. (2022) A randomized controlled trial of a proportionate universal parenting program delivery model (E-SEE Steps) to enhance child social-emotional wellbeing. PLOS ONE 17(4): e0265200. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0265200

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Tracey Bywater, Vashti Berry, Sarah L Blower, Matthew Bursnall, Edward Cox, Amanda Mason-Jones, Sinead McGilloway, Kirsty McKendrick, Siobhan Mitchell, Kate Pickett, Gerry Richardson, Kiera Solaiman, M. Dawn Teare, Simon Walker, Karen Whittaker.

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