Funding for this research was provided by:
Public Health Research Programme (11/3002/01)
Chief Scientist office (Scotland, GB) and Scottish Government (CSO (Scotland, GB) and Scottish Government (GN12KH589 THRIVE))
Received: 14 January 2019
Accepted: 11 July 2019
First Online: 14 August 2019
Change Date: 10 September 2019
Change Type: Correction
Change Details: Following publication of the original article , it has been brought to our attention that an error was slipped into the article’s title.
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: Ethical consent has been granted by NHS West of Scotland Research Ethics Committee (13/WS/0163, 21 August 2013). Informed written consent will be obtained from all participants. Participants may withdraw from the study at any point without giving a reason; however, we will record and monitor any reasons that are given. Participants will be consented to the trial by research staff prior to all data collection and we will seek permission to link to their routine data and the data on their unborn child up to the child’s 16th birthday.
: Not applicable
: AW and RC have had longstanding research collaborations with staff at the Parenting and Family Support Centre, School of Psychology, University of Queensland. They have been board members of the Triple P Research Network and served on the Triple P International Scientific Advisory Committee in a research capacity. The Parenting and Family Research Group at The University of Manchester and its members have no share, ownership or formal relationship with Triple P International Pty Ltd. and derive no funding or royalty from them. PW’s and LT’s University departments have received external funding for evaluations of several parenting programmes including Mellow Parenting and Triple P; they have no direct conflicts of interest to declare. All other authors have no competing interests to declare.