Barriers and Facilitators in Proportionate Universal Parenting Support in Community Family Services: A process evaluation of the Incredible Years® Infant and Toddler parenting programmes (E-SEE Steps)

References: Berry V, Mitchell SB, Blower S, Whittaker K, Wilkinson K, et al. (2022) Barriers and facilitators in the delivery of a proportionate universal parenting program model (E-SEE Steps) in community family services. PLOS ONE 17(6): e0265946.



Vashti Berry, Siobhan B Mitchell, Sarah L Blower, Karen Whittaker, Kath Wilkinson, Sinead McGilloway, Amanda Mason-Jones, Rachel Margaret Carr, Tracey Bywater.

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