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.
Guidance on selecting and using valid, reliable and practical measures to evaluate interventions seeking to reduce parental conflict and improve outcomes for children.
A place for everything and everything in its place: using the Outcomes Stars in combination with validated measures of impact
EIF updates its position on the use of the Outcomes Stars, highlighting both its strengths and limitations.
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.
Guidance for anyone planning, commissioning or running an impact evaluation, based on 100+ EIF programme assessments.
Use the six principles set out in this guide to learn how to evaluate complex early help systems.