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National Academy for Parenting Research (NAPR)

Our Research Grants

2017 £4,998,118 From NIHR (1 Sept 2017 to 31 Aug 2022) UCL and King's Integrated Policy Research Unit for Mental Health (Chief Investigator Prof Sonia Johnson)

2017

£523,717

From NIHR (1 January 2017 – 30 June 2019) A feasibility study and pilot trial of a modified vide-feedback intervention for children and foster carers (Chief Investigator Prof Pasco Fearon)

2015

£826,230

From NIHR (1 June 2015 to 31 May 2020) The Best Services Trial (BeST): Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness of the New Orleans Intervention Model for Infant Mental Health (Chief Investigator Professor Helen Minnis)

2016

£2,405,009

From NIHR (1 January 2016 - 31 December 2022) Personalised assessment and intervention packages for children with conduct problems in child mental health services (Chief Investigator Rob Senior)

2015

£865,925

From MRC (1 Sept 2015 – 31 Aug 2020) Brain Associates of Parent Training on Antisocial Behaviour in Children (Chief Investigator Dr Michael Craig)

2014

£1,480,000

From NIHR (awarded 1 October 2014) INCLUSIVE trial: initiating change locally in the school environment (Chief Investigator Prof Russell Viner)

2014

£1,622,845

From NIHR HTA (1 October 2014 to 31 March 2019) Preventing enduring behavioural problems in young children through early psychological intervention: Healthy Start, Happy Start, An RCT of Video-feedback to Promote Positive Parenting and Sensitive Discipline (VIPP-SD) in 12-36 month olds. (Chief Investigator Dr Paul Ramchandani)

2014

£534,000

From NIHR (1 June to 30 June 2017) Helping Families: The systematic Development and Pilot RCT of a psychoeducational Intervention for Parents with Personality Disorders (Chief Investigator Dr Crispin Day)

2014

£1,997,000

From DfE (1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015) for further dissemination of and research on MST, MTFCE and Keeping Foster and Kinship Carers Supported (KEEP) evidence-based programmes (with Rosemarie Roberts)

2013

£995,500

From DH and DfE The impact of different patterns of care on the long-term outcome of adolescent conduct disorder: a mixed methods study comparing MST and management as usual (MAU) (Chief Investigator Professor Peter Fonagy)

2013

£1,904,000

From NIHR Programme Grant to research and treat challenging behaviour and social anxiety in autism (Chief Investigator Professor Emily Simonoff)

2013

£335,000

From NIHR for individual level meta-analyses of Incredible Years trial (Chief Investigator Professor Frances Gardner)

2013

£870,000

From DfE for Evidence Based Intervention Programme Grant to disseminate and research MST

2012

£114,000

From the Nuffield Foundation for a follow-up study of the Helping Children Achieve randomised controlled trial (with Professor Kathy Sylva)

2011

£423,000

From National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) : the INCLUSIVE trial: Initiating change locally in bullying and aggression through the school environment (Chief investigator Prof Russell Viner, UCL)

2011

£6,425,000

From DfE to disseminate and research evidence-based interventions for children on the edge of and in public care

2011

£290,000

From Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity to conduct a randomised controlled trial of parent training for antisocial children with callous-unemotional traits (Chief Investigator Professor Mark Dadds)

2010

£7,500,000

From DCSF for two year extension of Parenting Academy research

2009

£747,000

From DCSF for service development of Fostering Changes Programme (with Rosemarie Roberts)

2008

£280,000

From London Borough of Hackney to implement Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) of parent literacy and relationship building

2008

£1,030,000

From Department of Health (DH) & DCSF for randomised trial of Multisystemic Therapy (MST) to prevent out of home placements, reduce conduct problems and improve wellbeing of adolescents at risk of being moved from their homes (with Professor Peter Fonagy, Professor Ian Goodyer and others)

2008

£17,000

From Wellcome Trust for Cluster randomised trial on promoting young children’s social and emotional competence and preventing conduct problems (with Helen Henningham)

2008

£1,666,000

From Department for Schools, Children and Families (DSCF) for delivery and evaluation of Child aged Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care MTFCE in England

2007

£30,000,000

From Department for Education (DfE) and Skills for setting up the National Academy of Parenting Practitioners (with Mary MacLeod and Mary Crowley)

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