Presentation on theme: "Seminar Series A Knowledge Management Approach to Produce and Use Evidence on Parenting Education Interventions that Enhances Parent-Child Relations Nov."— Presentation transcript:
Seminar Series A Knowledge Management Approach to Produce and Use Evidence on Parenting Education Interventions that Enhances Parent-Child Relations Nov 24, 2003 Canadian Population Health Initiative Francis Lau PhD, Health Information Science, UVic Theresa Hunter MSc, Health Information Science, UVic Denise Cloutier-Fisher PhD, Centre for Aging & Dept of Geography, UVic Managers, Child Youth and Family Program, Central Region of VIHA BC Office of Provincial Health Office Debra Greig MBA, ShirWin Knowledge & Learning Systems
Enhancing Parent-Child Relations thru KM CPHI Project Background Initial KM Framework Research Questions, Methods and Participants Evidence on Parent Education Interventions A Web Database Resource Project Status
CPHI Project Background 20-month project to apply KM concepts, methods and tools to study regional indicators in field settings “Can KM enhance development and implementation of policies and programs for regional health indicators and related information systems?” Initially CVIHR and OSHR, stakeholder driven agenda on defining indicators, process and deliverables Customization of a ShirWin Web-based KM tool as a Web database resource for program managers
Research Questions, Methods, Participants “Will program managers use parenting education knowledge produced in their programs on early childhood development?” Stakeholder negotiation on questions, site visits and interviews to collect experience, systematic review to synthesize evidence with phone interview to follow-up on status, stakeholder focus group sessions on use, independent evaluation on lessons Five CYF program managers and director in Nanaimo with monthly meetings
Question: Parent education interventions that enhance parent-child relations Inclusion: 0-3 yrs, education/training, attachment, relation, bonding, interaction, program/intervention, evaluation Exclusion: >3 yrs, substance abuse, breastfeeding, postpartum depression, child welfare, disability, smoking, theory only Results: 17 primary studies with 2 RCT, 13 quasi-experiment and 2 follow-up studies, sample sizes from 12 to 486 subjects, diverse interventions and outcome measures, 10 weak and 7 moderate studies; 3 secondary reviews with 2 strong from CDSR and 1 weak Conclusions: No clear evidence on effectiveness; universal access programs followed-up include PAT, ECFF, NCAST, STEP, CP, STAR, PPP, RFS; indicators include NCATS, PBC, HSQ, ECEF, AQS, ASS, G Evidence on Parent Education Interventions
A Web Database Resource Database of publications, programs, information systems, instruments/tools, and briefs/reports Intended for program managers, knowledge brokers and editors/reviewers Demo of ShirWin Web database resource and toolsShirWin Web database resource and tools
Project Status HELP funding to continue customization of Web database resource for evidence on parent education interventions that enhances parent-child relations CIHR knowledge translation grant to further customize ShirWin KM tool, conduct prospective online reviews with McMaster and UBC teams Publications, presentations, workshops, projects and ???
Project Status … Cont’d CIHR Proposal: A Web-based KT tool to bridge research and practice
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