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Bateson, Delaney and Pybus (2006) quantitative research on the effectiveness of the Solihull Approach parenting group.Find out more
Download a list, read a summary of Alan Dolan's 2013 qualitative paper on fathers' experiences, access full articles.Find out more
Johnson and Wilson (2012) evaluated 200 parents' experiences of being in a Solihull Approach group.Find out more
**New research published: Douglas, H. and Bateson, K. (2017) A service evaluation of the Solihull Approach Antenatal Parenting Group: integrating childbirth information with support for the fetal-parent relationship. Evidence Based Midwifery 15 (1) 14-19.**Extra resources now available in the shop for running antenatal groups.** Resource packs available in both a print version and an e version. **Thelwell, E., Rheeston, M and Douglas, H. (2017) Exploring breastfeeding peer supporters’ experiences of using the Solihull Approach model. British Journal of Midwifery. 25(10), pp 639-646. **Research. Johnson, R. (2018) 'Improvements in parenting achieved with innovative online programme: Preliminary evaluation of ‘Understanding Your Child – Online’ (UYC-OL) – A Solihull Approach course for parents and carers'. Educational and Child Psychology 35(1), pp 40-50.**Online course for parents 'Understanding your child' now available in English and Urdu.**RCT published. Douglas, H. and Johnson, R. (2019). The Solihull Approach 10-week programme: a randomised controlled trial. Community Practitioner, 9 (7), 45-47. Significant results in line with the other research papers.
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