Centre for Community Child Health: Parents as Partners and Co-workers: A Case Study in Peer-led Parenting Programs Webinar

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25 May 2021 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Australia/Hobart

    Join the Centre for Community Child Health for the next free webinar in our Thriving Children, Thriving Communities series: 

    Parents as partners and co-workers: A case study in peer-led parenting programs

    Date: Tuesday 25 May, 2021
    Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm AEST
    Cost: Free 

    Featured panellists: 

    • Dr Paul Prichard 
    • Kitrina Edwards 
    • Dr Tim Moore 

    About the webinar

    What difference does it make when parents are partners or co-workers in efforts to improve children’s health, development and wellbeing?

    This webinar explores the importance and role of a family-centred approach to optimising efforts to engage and support children and families.  

    It uses Empowering Parents, Empowering Communities (EPEC) as a case study. EPEC is a community-based program training local parents to run parenting groups. It was developed in the UK and is led in Australia by CCCH.

    What the webinar will cover:

    • the importance of partnering, codesigning, and coproducing with parents 
    • an introduction to EPEC 
    • insights into the experience of parents
    • research findings on parents and professionals working together 
    • how collaborative approaches foster engagement.

    Participants will  have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A with the panel.  

    Learn more and register

    Thriving Children, Thriving Communities

    The Thriving Children, Thriving Communities series focuses on equity and innovation in early childhood and unites clinicians, researchers, practitioners, community members and policymakers to explore issues of significance to community child health. 

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