Parental mental heath: disruptions to parenting and outcomes for children.
Child and Family Social Work, 9 (1).
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||a. Parenting and parental impacts on children b. Empirical data from four different community studies are used to investigate the relationship between parental mental health and child outcomes, based on the hypothesis that impacts are attributable to disruptions in parenting. This is set in the context of a review of the clinical evidence of the nature of the relationship. c. The paper extends clinical findings into community populations, based on concordant data from several studies. d. This paper is based on an invited plenary presentation at the International conference on Promoting Wellbeing and Monitoring Outcomes for Vulnerable Children, in 2002. e. Uses data from four different studies of representative community populations conducted over a 20 year period. The paper is included in a SCIE systematic map report (Children and families report, number 1), with stringent inclusion criteria. f. Two anonymous referees selected by the journal. g. Sole author (147 words)
||Parenting, Health and wellbeing, Child development
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