Welcome to the Triple P Research blog

The blog aims to provide insight into the latest research behind a multi-level system of parenting support capable of being deployed as a public health measure to improve the health and well being of children, their families and the community.

Ongoing evaluation of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is conducted by researchers around the world, including researchers from the home of Triple P, the Parenting and Family Support Centre (PFSC), at the University of Queensland.

Professor Matt Sanders is the director of the PFSC and founder of the Triple P system.

Matt Sanders
Prof Matt Sanders

Disclosure statement

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is owned by the University of Queensland. The University through its main technology transfer company, UniQuest Pty Ltd, has licensed Triple P International Pty Ltd to publish and disseminate the program worldwide. Royalties stemming from published Triple P resources are distributed to the Parenting and Family Support Centre; School of Psychology; Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences; and contributory authors. Various staff and students from The University of Queensland are contributory authors. No author has any share or ownership in Triple P International Pty Ltd.

Learn more

Evidence base

To learn more about the evidence base for Triple P, go to:
www.pfsc.uq.edu.au/research/evidence

Researchers

To access or join the Triple P Research Network, go to:
www.tprn.net

Accredited Triple P providers/practitioners

To access or join the Triple P provider network, go to:
www.triplep.org

Parents

To find out how Triple P can help you, go to:
www.triplep-parenting.net

Public policy advisors, governments and philanthropists

To find out more about the Triple P system in action and how it can be applied as a preventive and treatment-based public health intervention, go to:

www.triplep.net