The information at the link below ('planning and implementing evidence-based practice') aims to help professionals add to the growing research about the effectiveness of these interventions.
It intends to help program planners and facilitators to:
If you are new to planning an evidence-based program, intervention or research, please read the helpful information at the section below. It outlines the key points to consider, and provides links to further information and resources.
Once you have implemented a planned intervention, you can look at ways to evaluate its success.
This 'Evaluating your intervention' resource will help you plan and implement an effective evaluation.
The links below will give you technical help to evaluate your program. These links reflect the key 'children of parents with a mental illness' intervention and program areas.
For example, Young people' provides technical information about concepts such as self esteem and resilience. The 'Parents/Carers/Families' link provides information about parenting and family functioning and the 'Workforce' and 'Community' links provide information about workforce measures and social inclusion.
The technical information within each concept focuses on things such as definitions, theory behind the concept, how the concept is employed in other 'children of parents with a mental illness' programs and where you can obtain the questionnaire, scale or survey to measure that concept.
Click on the link to the program area that you are interested in: