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Título alternativo: El programa de «Formación y apoyo familiar» para familias en situación de riesgo psicosocial: el papel del proceso de implementación
Author: Hidalgo García, María Victoria
Jiménez García, Lucía
López Verdugo, Isabel
Lorence Lara, Bárbara
Sánchez Hidalgo, José
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación
Date: 2016
Published in: Psychosocial Intervention, 25 (2), 79-85.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Este artículo analiza las características de implementación del programa de «Formación y apoyo familiar» (FAF). A partir de un análisis de necesidades, con una sólida fundamentación teórica y cumpliendo con los criterios de los programas basados en ...
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This paper analyses the implementation characteristics of the Family Education and Support program, a theory-driven, needs-based, and evidence-based positive parenting program originally developed for the Andalusian family preservation services. The implementation process of 34 trials of the FAF program with 155 participants was analyzed. Cluster analyses were also performed to explore variability in implementation conditions from a comprehensive perspective. Results showed different implementation profiles that moderated the FAF effectiveness (namely lengthier interventions, higher program fidelity, and practitioners positive perceptions and satisfaction with the program). The relevance of examining implementation process across several trials is discussed in order to distinguish core and non-core FAF components, as well as the need for combining faithful and adaptable implementations that guarantee the ecologic validity of evidence-based positive parenting programs.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/65555

DOI: 10.1016/j.psi.2016.03.002

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