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Samantha Schilling, MD
The efficacy of the group parenting program, Child Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary-Care (PriCARE), in improving behavior in primary-care patients whose parents had identified a concern for behavior problems was previously demonstrated. In this second RCT, pre-existing behavioral problems were not required for participation, and the efficacy of a peer mentor on improving PriCARE attendance was also evaluated. Both positive parenting (measured by the Parenting Scale), and child behavior (measured by the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory-ECBI) improved in the treatment arms, even though the majority of children had subclinical ECBI scores at baseline. The peer mentor did not impact attendance.
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