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  1. Effectiveness Trials in Birmingham: design and challenges Vashti Berry

  2. A Brighter Future for Children and Young People in Birmingham

  3. The PATHS Programme (Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies) Incredible Years Triple P

  4. Design • IY = 168, 3-4 year-olds, 2:1 randomisation, child is unit of randomisation, stratified by age & sex, 9 Children Centres across city, 3 data collection points • TP = 146, 4-9 year-olds, 1:1 randomisation, child is unit of randomisation, stratified by age & sex, 7 areas across city, 3 data collection points • PATHS = 56 schools cluster randomised trial, stratified by size & % FSM, 1:1, Reception & Year 1 & 2 classes, 3 data main collection points (Oct, June 2010, June 2011)

  5. The ‘real world’: testing effectiveness

  6. Fidelity in the trials • Exposure / Dose • Adherence • Quality • Responsiveness / Engagement

  7. Trials are ongoing… www.dartington.org.uk www.preventionaction.org Daily news on prevention science & its application to policy and practice