Journal article

Supporting teachers and children in schools: the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the incredible years teacher classroom management programme in primary school children: a cluster randomised controlled trial, with parallel economic and process evaluations

Tamsin Ford, Vanessa Edwards, Siobhan Sharkey, Obioha C Ukoumunne, Sarah Byford, Brahm Norwich, Stuart Logan

BMC Public Health | BMC | Published : 2012

Grants

Awarded by National Institute for Health Research Public Health Research programme


Awarded by National Institute for Health Research


Funding Acknowledgements

This project is funded by the National Institute for Health Research Public Health Research programme (Project reference: 10/3006/07). Professional Indemnity Insurance is provided to the University of Exeter with Markel (UK)Ltd policy no. SC1919X110VR/423. Ethical approval was granted by the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry Research Ethics Committee on 8/3/12 reference number 12/03/141.The University of Exeter will act as the Sponsor for the study. STARS will be hosted in the Child Health Research Group, which has experience in the successful delivery of community based paediatric trials. There are no conflicts of interest for any of the researchers working on this study. The intervention will be delivered by group leaders contracted from the Learning and Development Partnership and Plymouth Parent Partnership, who will be independently contracted for this work. The group leaders will be supervised by Carolyn Webster Stratton and her team from the Incredible Years Foundation to ensure fidelity to model. Neither the group leaders nor the Incredible Years team will have any influence on the conduct of the research or the interpretation and dissemination of the results.This trial was funded by the National Institute for Health Research Public Health Research Programme (project number 10/3006/07). The Feasibility work was funded by the Collaboration for Applied Health Research and Care in the South West of England (PenCLAHRC) as are Siobhan Sharkey, Obioha Okoumunne, Katie Reeves and Claire Parker. The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NHS, the NIHR or the English Department of Health.