COPMI Clearinghouse Items
Intervention programs for children whose parents have a mental illness: a review
The experiences of parents with an eating disorder
The Father's Information Resource: A mixed-method website evaluation
Obstetric and neonatal outcomes of pregnant women with severe mental illness at a specialist antenatal clinic
“Family Focus": An evaluation of an e-learning resource for professionals working with families where a parent has anxiety and/or depression
Goal setting within family care planning: families with complex needs
Investigating programs for building resilience in children and families living with parental mental illness.
Mental health consumer and carer participation: why bother
Programs for Parents
Enhancing parenting skills for parents with mental illness: the Mental Health Positive Parenting Program.
An Evaluation: Use of the Circle of Security Handouts within the Women and Children's Program.
Programs for Young people
SMILES Program: A peer-supported program for children whose parent or sibling has a mental illness.
Taz Kids Club Evaluation Report - University of Tasmania.
Consider submitting your own research or project evaluation
The clearinghouse aims to facilitate access to Australian research and project evaluations. However if your work is of a general nature and/or of interest to an Australian audience, we encourage you to contribute.
1. Complete one of the submission forms below (so that COPMI can ascertain the suitability of your submission).
2. Provide evidence of ethics approval (where applicable).
3. For program evaluations only - upload a signed copy of the publishing consent form.
*COPMI reserves the right to decline any submission if the material is deemed inappropriate or methodologically unsound.
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