Parent Participation in Schooling, School Health, Safety, Equity, Social & Sustainable Development



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A Bibliography/Toolbox


Parent Participation in Schooling, School Health, Safety, Equity, Social & Sustainable Developmentthis is a featured page


The following outline is used to list research, reports and resources to describe interventions such as policies/ advocacy, professional or organizational practices, programs, services and other informal activities.

This bibliography/toolbox lists and provide links to research, reports and resources related to school-based and school-linked forms of parent participation in schooling, school health, safety, equity, social and sustainable development. Schools can work with other agencies to inform, involve, educate/train, support and empower parents. Schools are concerned with how to involve parents in schools and their child’s learning but can also deliver, facilitate, support, promote, refer and recruit parents for programs offered by other agencies and professionals, either in schools or nearby in the community. Consequently, this collection includes items on most parent programs, with the exception of those focused on families with very young children who have not yet resched pre-school, daycare or junior kindergarten age.

Framework for Listing Research, Reports and Resources on School-based and School-Linked Interventions

In this outline, we identify relevant research, reports and resources within an understanding of the issue that we describe as an ecological and systems-based approach to school-based and school-linked health, safety, social and sustainable development. This outline suggests that we need a holistic understanding of the nature, prevalence, aspects and factors affecting the intervention, the influence of the school's physical and social environment as well as its core practices, the effectiveness of comprehensive approaches, coordinated agency-school programs and whole school strategies as well as how interventions can be implemented and sustained while ongoing capacities are built at all levels within education, health and other systems in a manner that respects the complex, open, loosely-coupled and bureaucratic systems that support schools. This outline also lists links that apply these interventions in a variety of local community and country contexts with a deep understanding of the core mandates and constraints of schools and educators. The outline concludes with items relating to future research questions, and methods. Interventions are defined as including policies (including professional practice guidelines and organizational practices), educational programs, health, social, student & other services, social support activities such as parent involvement, youth engagement, working with media and community and changes to the physical environment or other practical resources such as transportation to and from school. The research cited here includes research reviews, important case studies and textbooks. The reports include discussion/position papers and status reports. The resources include examples of programs/guidelines/mandates, planning guides/manuals, educational programs/curricula/educational methods guides, health or other agency service/clinical guidelines/mandates to work with schools, policy tools/guidelines/examples, assessment/evaluation tools, training tools and other resources such as key web sites or organizations.


A. Defining, describing and Understanding the Intervention

Overview


Research

Reports/Resources (Educational, Planning, Training etc)

See our summaries: Glossary Term/Encyclopedia Entry/Handbook Section
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Barriers to Parent Involvement in School Health Promotion (Canadian Association for School Health, 2001)

Ten Strategies for Parent Involvement in School Health Promotion (Canadian Association for School Health, 2001)

Parent Engagement: Strategies for Involving Parents in School Health (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, 2012)

Community and Family Engagement: Principals Share What Works. (Coalition for Community Schools, 2006)

Guide to implementing family skills training programmes for drug abuse prevention. (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 2009

Julie Savignac (2009) Families, Youth and Delinquency: the State of Knowledge, and Family-based Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Programs,National Crime Prevention Centre (NCPC) Public Safety Canada Ottawa, Ontario Canada,

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (nd), Model Programs Guide - Search Criteria, US Department of Justice).



A-1 Rationale for using the Intervention (How it affects the individual’s or other’s behaviours, social influences, social determinants, impact of the school, home, neighbourhood, community environments, etc

Research

Reports/Resources (Educational, Planning etc)

Overview of parent/family impact on behaviours

Resnick MD, Harris LJ, Blum RW. (1993) The impact of caring and connectedness on adolescent health and well-being. Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health 1993;29 (Suppl 1):S3–9.

Mitchell, P., Sanson, A., Spooner, C., Copeland, J., Vimpani, G., Toumbourou, J.W., Howard, J., & Sanson, A. (2001). The role of families in the development, identification, prevention and treatment of illicit drug problems. Commissioned by the NHMRC for the Strategic Research Development Committee’s National Illicit Drug Research Program

Richard D. B. Velleman and Lorna J. Templetonl. (2007) Substance misuse by children and young people: the role of the family and implications for intervention and prevention. Paediatrics and Child Health, 17(1):25–30, January 2007.

Henry, Kimberly L.; Oetting, Eugene R.; Slater, Michael D. (2009) The role of attachment to family, school, and peers in adolescents’ use of alcohol: A longitudinal study of within-person and between-persons effects. Journal of Counseling Psychology, Vol 56(4), Oct 2009, 564-572.

Guilamo-Ramos, V., Jaccard, J., Dittus, P. & Bouris, A.M. (2006). Parental expertise, trustworthiness and accessibility: Parent-adolescent communication and adolescent risk behavior. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 68, 1229–1246.

Chie Noyori-Corbett and Sung S. Moon. (2010)Multifaceted reality of juvenile delinquency: An empirical analysis of structural theories and literature. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 27(4):245–268, August 2010.

Cleveland, Michael J.; Feinberg, Mark E.; Jones, Damon E. (2012) Predicting Alcohol Use Across Adolescence: Relative Strength of Individual, Family, Peer, and Contextual Risk and Protective Factors. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, Mar 5 , 2012, No Pagination Specified







Impact of family functioning/system on behaviours

A. Morawska, L. Winter, and M. R. Sanders. (2009) Parenting knowledge and its role in the prediction of dysfunctional parenting and disruptive child behaviour. Child: Care, Health and Development, 35(2):217–226, 2009

Cassandra Dittman, Louise J. Keown, Matthew Sanders, Dennis Rose, Susan P. Farruggia, and Kate Sofronoff. (2011) An epidemiological examination of parenting and family correlates of emotional problems in young children. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 81(3):360–371, 2011.

Carolyn S. Henry, Linda C. Robinson, and Stephan M. Wilson. (2003) Adolescent perceptions of their family system, parents’ behavior, Self-Esteem, and family life satisfaction in relation to their substance use. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 13(2):29–59, February 2003.







Impact of parenting styles and skills on behaviours

David A. Wolfe and Caroline McIsaac. (2011) Distinguishing between poor/dysfunctional parenting and child emotional maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect, 35(10):802–813, October 2011.

Izabela Tabak, Joanna Mazur, Maria del Carmen Granado Alcón, Ágota Örkenyi, Apolinaras Zaborskis, Katrin Aasvee, and Carmen Moreno (2012) Examining Trends in Parent-Child Communication in Europe Over 12 Years The Journal of Early Adolescence February 2012 32: 26-54

Panayiotis Stavrinides (2011) The Relationship Between Parental Knowledge and Adolescent Delinquency: a Longitudinal Study International Journal about Parents in Education 5, (1), 46-55

Elisardo Becoña, Úrsula Martı́nez, Amador Calafat, Montse Juan, José R. Fernández-Hermida, and Roberto Secades-Villa. (2011) Parental styles and drug use: A review. Drugs Edu Prev Pol, 19(1):1–10, December 2011.

Tera R. Hurt, Gene H. Brody, Velma M. Murry, Cady Berkel, and Yi-Fu Chen. (2012) Elucidating parenting processes that influence adolescent alcohol use: A qualitative inquiry. Journal of Adolescent Research, July 2012.

Keryn E. Pasch, Melissa H. Stigler, Cheryl L. Perry, and Kelli A.Komro. (2010) Parents’ and children’s self-report of parenting factors: How much do they agree and which is more strongly associated with early adolescent alcohol use? Health Education Journal, 69(1):31–42, March 2010.

Kerr, Margaret; Stattin, Håkan; Özdemir, Metin (2012) Perceived Parenting Style and Adolescent Adjustment: Revisiting Directions of Effects and the Role of Parental Knowledge. Developmental Psychology, Mar 26 , 2012, No Pagination Specified




Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development (2010) Parenting skills Centre of Excellence on Early Childhood Development, University of Montreal


Impact of parent-child communications on behaviours

Zhiwen Xiao, Xiaoming Li, and Bonita Stanton (2011) Perceptions of parent–adolescent communication within families: It is a matter of perspective. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 16(1):53–65, January 2011.

Tamara D. Afifi, Andrea Joseph, and Desiree Aldeis. (2008) Why can’t we just talk about it? Journal of Adolescent Research, 23(6):689–721, November 2008.

Tanusree Moitra, Indrani Mukherjee (2012) Parent – Adolescent Communication and Delinquency: A Comparative study in Kolkata, India Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 8 (1) 74-94

Maria E. Perozzi (2007) Examining adolescent drinking and adolescents’ perceptions of parental monitoring, communication, and parenting style in a rural setting, Thesis submitted to the faculty of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Seldin, Bobbee (2002) The nature of parent-adolescent communication about relationships Thesis, Emory University







Impact of parental monitoring of their children’s behaviours, values,

Philip A. Fisher, Leslie D. Leve, Catherine C. O’Leary, and Craig Leve. (2003) Parental monitoring of children’s behavior: Variation across stepmother, stepfather, and Two-Parent biological families*. Family Relations, 52(1):45–52, 2003.

Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, James Jaccard, Patricia Dittus (2010) Parental Monitoring of Adolescents: Current Perspectives for Researchers and Practitioners Columbia University Press

Maria E. Perozzi (2007) Examining adolescent drinking and adolescents’ perceptions of parental monitoring, communication, and parenting style in a rural setting, Thesis submitted to the faculty of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Douglas A. Gentile, Amy I. Nathanson, Eric E. Rasmussen, Rachel A. Reimer, and David A. Walsh. (2012) Do you see what I see? Parent and child reports of parental monitoring of media. Family Relations, 61(3):470–487, 2012.

Jennifer Ruh Linder and Nicole E. Werner. (2012) Relationally aggressive media exposure and children’s normative beliefs: Does parental mediation matter? Family Relations, 61(3):488–500, 2012.







Impact of Mothers and Fathers on Child Development

Amanda L. Hare, Emily G. Marston, and Joseph P. Allen (2011) Maternal acceptance and adolescents’ emotional communication: A longitudinal study. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 40(6):744–751, June 2011.

Natoshia M. Askelson, Shelly Campo, and Sandi Smith. (2011) Mother–Daughter communication about sex: The influence of authoritative parenting style. Health Communication, 27(5):439–448, October 2011.

Christine M. Ohannessian. (2011) Parental problem drinking and adolescent psychological problems: The moderating effect of Adolescent–Parent communication. Youth & Society, June 2011.







Impact of parent expectations on behaviours

Gary L. Bowen, Laura M. Hopson, Roderick A. Rose, and Elizabeth J. Glennie. (2012) Students’ perceived parental school behavior expectations and their academic performance: A longitudinal analysis. Family Relations, 61(2):175–191, 2012.

Bobby P Smyth, Catherine D Darker, Erica Donnelly-Swift, Joe M Barry, Shane PA Allwright (2010) A telephone survey of parental attitudes and behaviours regarding teenage drinking BMC Public Health 2010, 10:297

Camilla Pettersson, Margareta Linden-Boström, and Charli Eriksson. (2009) Parental attitudes and behaviour concerning adolescent alcohol consumption: do sociodemographic factors matter? Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 37(5):509–517, July 2009.







Impact of parents as Role Models

Sarah Boon and Lorna Templeton (2007) Children of Parental Substance Misusers and Substance Misusers who are Parents: Study of Need and Response for Norfolk university of Bath

Jennifer L. McComb and Catherine M. Sabiston. (2011) Family influences on adolescent gambling behavior: A review of the literature. Journal of Gambling Studies, 26(4):503–520, December 2010.

Ying-Chih Chuang, Susan T. Ennett, Karl E. Bauman, and Vangie A. Foshee. (2009) Relationships of adolescents’ perceptions of parental and peer behaviors with cigarette and alcohol use in different neighborhood contexts. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38(10):1388–1398, November 2009.

Grayson, Jessica L. (2010) The Relation between Parent Substance Use and  Adolescent Risk Behaviors: A Normative Study of Direct and Indirect Influences in the Family Environment, Doctoral Dissertation, Arts & Sciences, Ohio University

Ina M. Koning, Regina J. J. M. Eijnden, Jacqueline E. E. Verdurmen, Rutger C. M. E. Engels, and Wilma A. M. Vollebergh. (2012) Developmental Alcohol-Specific parenting profiles in adolescence and their relationships with adolescents’ alcohol use. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, pages 1–10, May 2012.







Impact of/interaction with social influences on family functioning as a mediator on behaviours

Sheldon SB. (2002) Parents' social networks and beliefs as predictors of parent involvement. Elementary School Journal 2002; 102(4):301–316.






Impact of/interaction with social determinants on family functioning as a mediator on behaviours

Carrie A. Semke, S. Andrew Garbacz, Kyongboon Kwon, Susan M. Sheridan, and Kathryn E. Woods. (2010) Family involvement for children with disruptive behaviors: The role of parenting stress and motivational beliefs. Journal of School Psychology, 48(4):293–312, August 2010.







A-2 Linkage to other Interventions or to models/frameworks of comprehensive approaches, coordinated programs or health-promoting school strategies (ie as one of the interventions in a set of multiple coordinated interventions)

Research

Reports/Resources (Educational, Planning etc)

Links with Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans o rComprehensive Approaches on School-Family-Community Cooperation in Education/Part of Effective School Models

Epstein JL. School, Family, and Community Partnerships: Preparing Educators and Improving Schools Second Edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press; 2011.

Hoover-Dempsey KV, Bassler OC, Brissie JS. Explorations in parent-school relations. Journal of Educational Research 1992;85:287–294.

Green CL, Walker JMT, Hoover-Dempsey KV, Sandler HM. (2007) Parents' motivations for involvement in children's education: an empirical test of a theoretical model of parental involvement. Journal of Educational Psychology 2007;99(3):532–544.

Osnat Lavenda. (2011) Parental involvement in school: A test of Hoover-Dempsey and Sandler’s model among Jewish and Arab parents in Israel. Children and Youth Services Review, 33(6):927–935, June 2011.

S. Andrew Garbacz and Susan M. Sheridan (2011) A multidimensional examination of New Zealand family involvement in education. School Psychology International, 32(6):600–615, December 2011.

Pullman M, Wiggins, E, Bruns E (2011) Theory, Programs and Research on School-based Family Support, Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, School of Medicine, University of Washington

Henderson AL, Mapp KT. (2002) A New Wave of Evidence: The Impact of School, Family, and Community Connections on Student Achievement. Austin, TX: Southwest Educational Development Laboratory; 2002.

Beth S. Simon. (2001) Family involvement in high school: Predictors and effects. NASSP Bulletin, 85(627):8–19, October 2001.

Yuki Matsumoto, Kate Sofronoff, and Matthew R. Sanders. (2009) Socio-Ecological predictor model of parental intention to participate in triple P-Positive parenting program. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 18(3):274–283, June 2009.

Diana B. Hiatt-Michael (2006)Reflections and Directions on Research Related to Family-Community Involvement in Schooling The School Community Journal, Volume 16, Number 1

Mark R. Warren, Soo Hong, Carolyn Heang Rubin & Phitsamay Sychitkokhong Uy (2009) Beyond the Bake Sale: A Community-Based Relational Approach to Parent Engagement in Schools The Teachers College Record, 2009 

Heather B. Weiss, Suzanne M. Bouffard, Beatrice L. Bridglall, and Edmund W. Gordon (2009) Reframing Family Involvement in Education: Supporting Families to Support Educational Equity Campaign for Educational Equity, Teachers College, Columbia University

Yagnamurthy Sreekanth(2011) Parents Involvement in the Education of their Children: Indicators of Level of Involvement, International Journal about Parents in Education, 2011, 5, (1), 25-35

Semke, Carrie A.; Sheridan, Susan M. (2012)Family–School Connections in Rural Educational Settings: A Systematic Review of the Empirical Literature School Community Journal Vol 22, No 1, 21-48 - Spring/Summer 2012 


Moran, P., Ghate, D. & Van der Merwe, A. (2004). What works in parenting support? A review of the international evidence. United Kingdom: Policy Research Bureau, Department for Education and Skills

Boaz Shulruf, Claire O’Loughlin, and Hilary Tolley. (2009) Parenting education and support policies and their consequences in selected OECD countries. Children and Youth Services Review, 31(5):526–532, May 2009.

PARENT INVOLVEMENT ANALYSIS TOOL
The Parent Involvement Analysis online tool guides a school-based team through an inventory and self-assessment of parent involvement policies and practices, resulting in recommendations for improvement that can become part of the school improvement plan. The PIA provides: a school team with a structured process to strengthen parent involvement through the school improvement plan, purposeful parent engagement that is linked to student learning, rubrics for improving district and school parent involvement policies, the home-school compact, and other policies connected to parent engagement, documentation for the school's work for the district and state and a huge reservoir of parent involvement resource for use by the school.

The Family Engagement Tool


The web-based Family Engagement Tool (FET) guides a school team (including parents) in assessing every aspect of its family engagement programs and practices and creating and monitoring an improvement plan based on indicators of effective practice. The needs assessment phase is completed in about 5 hours by the school team. FET’s two-year process helps the school determine needs, set priorities, develop a plan, monitor the plan, and strengthen the school community.

Family-School Partnerships in Rural Schools: Engaging Families to Promote School Success (pdf)


Webinar Slides for US Department of Education
This presentation provides a framework for working with families in rural areas to promote partnerships with their children's schools. Published Date: May 21 2012


Links with Multi-Intervention Models/Theories/plans or comprehensive approaches and Programs on Parenting

Sanders, M. (2003). Triple p - positive parenting program: A population approach to promoting competent parenting. Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health (AeJAMH), 2(3). Retrieved August 31, 2007

Sanders, Matthew R. (2010) Adopting a public health approach to the delivery of evidence-based parenting interventions Canadian Psychology/ Psychologie canadienne, Vol 51(1), Feb 2010, 17-23

Oates, John ed. (2010). Supporting Parenting. Early Childhood in Focus, 5. Milton Keynes: The Open University

M. Sanders. (2002) Challenges and new directions in developing effective empirically validated parenting and family intervention programs, Volume 2 of International Perspectives on Child and Adolescent Mental Health, pages 37–68. Elsevier, 2002.

ENGELS T.C.E., & ANDRIES C (2007) Developing a framework for a family focused preventive intervention using the Delphi method International Journal of Child & Family Welfare, 2007/1-2, page 2-13

Linda Trudeau, Richard Spoth, G. Kevin Randall, W. Alex Mason, and Chungyeol Shin.(2012) Internalizing symptoms: Effects of a preventive intervention on developmental pathways from early adolescence to young adulthood. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 41(6):788–801, June 2012.





Links to Multi-intervention models/theories/plans or comprehensive approaches on inclusion/special education programs for children with disabilities


What Parents and Teachers Should Know About ADHD (pdf)
Center for Children & Families, University at Buffalo (SUNY) Briefly summarizes diagnostic criteria and process, causes, lifespan outcomes, and treatment for ADHD children and adolescents. Spanish Translation available; research based.Published 2012


Links to Multi-intervention models/theories/plans or comprehensive approaches early childhood education and daycare programs





Links to Multi-intervention models/theories/plans or comprehensive approaches for Children/Family Services

Rhonda Breitkreuz, David McConnell, Amber Savage, and Alec Hamilton. (2011) Integrating triple p into existing family support services: A case study on program implementation. Prevention Science, 12(4):411–422, December 2011

Melhuish M, Belsky J, Anning A, Ball M (2007) Variation in Sure Start local programmes: consequences for children and families in The National Evaluation of Sure Start: Does Area-Based Early Intervention Work? Bristol : Policy, 2007

Rhonda Breitkreuz, David McConnell, Amber Savage and Alec Hamilton (2011) Integrating Triple P into Existing Family Support Services: A Case Study on Program Implementation Prevention Science, Volume 12, Number 4 (2011), 411-422






Links to Multi-Intervention models/theories/plans or comprehensive approaches for child protection

Jane Barlow and Rachel Calam. (2011) A public health approach to safeguarding in the 21st century. Child Abuse Review, 20(4):238–255, 2011.

Matthew Sanders and Aileen Pidgeon. (2011) The role of parenting programmes in the prevention of child maltreatment. Australian Psychologist, 46(4):199–209, 2011.

Heather B. Weiss, Suzanne M. Bouffard, Beatrice L. Bridglall, and Edmund W. Gordon (2009) Reframing Family Involvement in Education: Supporting Families to Support Educational Equity Campaign for Educational Equity, Teachers College, Columbia University






Links with Multi-intervention Models/Plans/Theories or Comprehensive Approaches to School Health Promotion

Carlyon P, Carlyon W, McCarthy AR. Family and community involvement in school health. (1998) In: Marx E, Wooley SF, Northrop D, editors. Health is Academic: A Guide to Coordinated School Health Programs. New York, NY: Teachers College Press; 1998

Shannon Michael, Patricia Dittus, and Joyce Epstein. (2007) Family and community involvement in schools: Results from the school health policies and programs study 2006. Journal of School Health, 77(8):567–587, October 2007

Perry CL,  Luepker, Russell V.; Murray, David M.; Hearn, Marsha D.; et al. (1989). Parent involvement with children's health promotion: A one year follow-up of the Minnesota Home Team. Health Education Quarterly, 16(2):171-180:171-180.




Parent Engagement: Strategies for Involving Parents in School Health (pdf)
Centers for Disease Control and PreventionThis publication defines and describes parent engagement and identifies specific strategies and actions that schools can take to increase parent engagement in schools’ health promotion activities. Published Jan 15 2012


Links with Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans or Comprehensive Approaches to Substance Abuse Prevention & Tobacco Use

Perry, C. L., Williams, C. L., Komro, K.A., Veblen-Mortenson, S., Stigler, M.H., & Munson, K. (2002). Project Northland: Long-term outcomes of community action to reduce adolescent alcohol use. Health Education and Behavior, 17(1), 117-132


Loxley, W., Toumbourou, J.W., & Stockwell, T. (2004). The prevention of substance use, risk and harm in Australia: A review of the evidence. The National Drug Research Institute and the Centre for Adolescent Health, Commonwealth of Australia 2004

Roe, S., & Becker, J. (2005). Drug prevention with vulnerable young people: A review. Drugs: education, prevention and policy, 12(2), 85-99.

Webster-Stratton, C., & Taylor, T. (2001). Nipping early risk factors in the bud: Preventing substance abuse, delinquency, and violence in adolescence through interventions targeted at young children (0–8 Years). Prevention Science, 2(3).

Richard D. B. Velleman, Lorna J. Templeton, and Alex G. Copello. (2005) The role of the family in preventing and intervening with substance use and misuse: a comprehensive review of family interventions, with a focus on young people. Drug and Alcohol Review, 24(2):93–109, 2005.

D. R. Foxcroft, D. Ireland, D. J. Lister-Sharp, G. Lowe, and R. Breen. (2003) Longer-term primary prevention for alcohol misuse in young people: a systematic review. Addiction, 98(4):397–411, 2003.

Caroline Jackson, Rosemary Geddes, Sally Haw, and John Frank. (2012) Interventions to prevent substance use and risky sexual behaviour in young people: a systematic review. Addiction, 107(4):733–747, 2012.

Loxley, W., Toumbourou, J.W. & Stockwell, T. (2004). The prevention of substance use, risk and harm in Australia: A review of the evidence. Perth, Australia: Department of Health and Aging

Jeong W. Cheon. (2008) Best practices in community-based prevention for youth substance reduction: towards strengths-based positive development policy. J. Community Psychol., 36(6):761–779, 2008.

Toumbourou, J. W., Williams, J., Patton, G. and Waters, E. (2009) What Do We Know about Preventing Drug-Related Harm through Social Developmental Intervention with Children and Young People?, in Preventing Harmful Substance Use: The Evidence Base for Policy and Practice (eds T. Stockwell, P. J. Gruenewald, John. W. Toumbourou and W. Loxley), John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK.

Carson KV, Brinn MP, Labiszewski NA, Esterman AJ, Chang AB, Smith BJ (2011) Community interventions for preventing smoking in young people (Cochrane Review)

Hahn, E.J., Hall, L.A., Rayens, M.K., Myers, A.V. & Bonnel, G. (2007). School and home-based drug prevention: Environmental, parent and child risk reduction. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 14, 319–331.

Soole, D.W., Mazerolle, L. & Rombouts, S. (2005). Monograph No. 07: School based drug prevention: a systematic review of the effectiveness on illicit drug use. DPMP Monograph Series. Fitzroy: Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre.

Gill Elliott, Michela Morleo, and Penny A. Cook (2009) Identifying Effective Interventions for Preventing Underage Alcohol Consumption Wirral Drug and Alcohol Action Team

Richard Spoth, Mark Greenberg, Robert Turrisi (2008) Preventive Interventions Addressing Underage Drinking: State of the Evidence and Steps Toward Public Health Impact J Public Health (Oxf) 2012; 34:suppl_1 i31-i40

Kenneth W. Griffin, Gilbert J. Botvin (2010) Evidence-Based Interventions for Preventing Substance Use Disorders in Adolescents Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 2010 July; 19(3): 505–526.





Links with Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans or Comprehensive Approaches to Mental Health Promotion

Brian Graetz, Lyn Littlefield, Margot Trinder, Brenda Dobia, Mignon Souter, Chris Champion, Susan Boucher, Chris Killick-Moran, and Robyn Cummins (2008) KidsMatter: A population health model to support student mental health and well-being in primary schools. The International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, pages 13–20, November 2008.


National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention (2011) Engaging Families in Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiatives, Author,

Enhancing Home Involvement to Address Barriers to Learning: A Collaborative Process (pdf)


Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA For schools to significantly enhance home involvement will require broadening the ways schools connect with primary caretakers to bridge barriers. Two self-study surveys designed to assist in mapping current school/district programs, services, and systems are included as appendices. Published 2011


Links to Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans or comprehensive approaches to crime prevention/bullying/safe schools

Tracey Bywater, David Utting, (2012) Support from the Start: effective programmes for nine to 13 year-olds, Journal of Children's Services, Vol. 7 Iss: 1, pp.41 - 52

Webster-Stratton, C., & Taylor, T. (2001). Nipping early risk factors in the bud: Preventing substance abuse, delinquency, and violence in adolescence through interventions targeted at young children (0–8 Years). Prevention Science, 2(3).


National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention (2011) Engaging Families in Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiatives, Author,

Julie Savignac (2009) Families, Youth and Delinquency: the State of Knowledge, and Family-based Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Programs National Crime Prevention Centre (NCPC) Public Safety Canada Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1A 0P8 (See section on Integrated Programs)




Links to Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans or comprehensive approaches to healthy eating/nutrition

Anna-Marie Hendriks, Jessica S. Gubbels, Nanne K. De Vries, Jaap C. Seidell, Stef P. J. Kremers, and Maria W. J. Jansen (2012) Interventions to Promote an Integrated Approach to Public Health Problems: An Application to Childhood Obesity, Journal of Environmental and Public Health, Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 913236, 14 pages





Links to Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans or comprehensive approaches to physical activity





Links to Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans or comprehensive approaches to sexual health

Douglas Kirby and Brent C. Miller. (2002) Interventions designed to promote parent-teen communication about sexuality. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2002(97):93–110, 2002.

Caroline Jackson, Rosemary Geddes, Sally Haw, and John Frank. (2012) Interventions to prevent substance use and risky sexual behaviour in young people: a systematic review. Addiction, 107(4):733–747, 2012.





Links to Multi-intervention Models/Theories/Plans or comprehensive approaches to Community Schools


Coalition for Community Schools. Community and Family Engagement: Principals Share What Works. Washington, DC: Coalition for Community Schools; 2006.





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