Erratum to: Surviving or Thriving: Quality Assurance Mechanisms to Promote Innovation in the Development of Evidence-Based Parenting Interventions
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Erratum to: Prev Sci
The Journal regrets that although provided by the authors prior to publication, the original version of this article inadvertently did not include the following disclosure of Conflict of Interest:
Conflict of Interest
The Triple P - Positive Parenting Program is owned by The University of Queensland. The University, through its technology transfer company Uniquest Pty Ltd, has licensed Triple P International Pty Ltd to disseminate the program worldwide. Royalties stemming from this dissemination work are paid to UniQuest, which distributes payments to the University of Queensland Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, School of Psychology, Parenting and Family Support Centre, and contributory authors in accordance with the University's intellectual property policy. No author has any share or ownership in Triple P International. Matthew Sanders is the founder and lead author of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program, and is a consultant to Triple P International. James Kirby is a co-author of Grandparent Triple P.
There was also an error in the citation on the 10th page of the article, where it stated: “A recent systematic review and meta-analysis of Triple P (Kirby and Sanders 2014) included 101 studies, 68 of which were randomized controlled trials of specific programs within the Triple P system (e.g., the Level 4 Group Triple P program), of which 66 were peer-reviewed publications.”
Unfortunately, the wrong citation was provided; it should read (Sanders, Kirby, Tellegen, & Day, 2014). The full reference is as follows.
Sanders, M.R., Kirby, J.N.,Tellegen, C.L., & Day, J.J. (2014). The Triple P-Positive Parenting Program: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology Review, 34, 337-357. Doi: 10.1016/j.cpr.2014.04.003