The UK evidence base on what works to reduce the impact of parental conflict on children is at a relatively early stage. As a new policy field, it is critical that evaluation is part of any plans to develop or commission relationship support. Without suitable impact evaluations we won’t really know if or why interventions and services have worked. Read about how you can start to measure and evaluate the impact of your provision, while also learning from previous evaluations.
This guide is a practical tool to support your local area to evaluate activities aimed at reducing the impact of conflict between parents on children.
Guidance on selecting and using valid, reliable and practical measures to evaluate interventions seeking to reduce parental conflict and improve outcomes for children.
This practical step-by-step guide for local areas is designed to help make the process of conducting an evaluation of reducing parental conflict training more manageable and achievable.
This is Tameside’s story of using EIF’s RPC outcomes framework tool to develop a shared Tameside outcomes framework for their reducing parental conflict programme. It is told by Rachel Berrisford, team manager for parenting, RPC, STARS and young carers and Tameside’s single point of contact (SPOC) for reducing parental conflict; Becky Saunders, local development advisor at EIF; and Virginia Ghiara
This briefing provides a concise introduction and practical tips on selecting and using validated measures in services designed to help reduce the impact of harmful parental conflict.
From science to scalability: follow our 10-step guide to help you progress along the evaluation journey, from a good idea into an intervention that works.