Nfhk2011 sven bremberg_plenary4

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Universal programmes for parenting support - a Swedish national strategy for promoting public health. Sven Bremberg, Statens folkhälsoinstitut.

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Nfhk2011 sven bremberg_plenary4

  1. 1. Universal programmes for parentingsupport - a Swedish national strategyfor promoting public health Sven Bremberg MD PhD
  2. 2. Formal and informal expenditures forchildren 0-17 years of age, Sweden 1995
  3. 3. Swedish family support • Fully paid parental leave 13 months, partly paid for additional 3 months • Subsidised pre-schools with child centred pedagogy • Universal child health services • Child poverty rate 4%
  4. 4. Health promotion by improving parentingskills during childrens early years • Behaviour problems • Depression and anxiety • Smoking • Alcohol and illegal drugs • Obesity and food habits • Cardiovascular disease Source: Stewart-Brown, S. (2008). Improving parenting: the why and the how. Arch Dis Child, 93(2), 102- 104.
  5. 5. Diana Baumrind - parenting styles Warm/accepti Hostile/negative ng Restrictive Authoritative Authoritarian Accepting Yielding Neglecting
  6. 6. Universal health promotion 6
  7. 7. Parental support: the potential • Counselling by a nurse - RCT – Counselling at home, once a month, 0-5 yrs – At age 20: 40 % reduction of depression. – Aronen et al, Finland, Am J Orthopsych, 2000 • Counselling by a GP - RCT – 10 visits, 20 minutes, 0-6 yrs – Follow up at age 6: less anxiety, sleep, aggression – At age 27-29: less depression, smoking, obesity. Better education. – Cullen et al, Australia, J Pediatr, 1996
  8. 8. To develop parenting competences • Role models – Own childhood – Other adults • Media • Professionnels • Courses 8
  9. 9. The parent couple - communication 9
  10. 10. Attachment enhancing programmes • In high income countries - 40% insecure attachment by age 18 months • Structured programmes are effective - 70 RCTs • Interpretation of infant signals use of photos or video clips
  11. 11. New attachment promoting programmes(ICDP) introduced into established CHCparent groups • Child health nurses have been trained as facilitators for ICDP • Photos rather that video clips • Interpretation of infant signals • ICDP is used also after infancy
  12. 12. Child age 3-10 yrs COPE 12
  13. 13. Structured methods for parents of children age3-9 years, based on methods like PMT, COPEetc. adapted for universal use in Sweden… • Parental groups • Starting with videotaped problem situations • Modelling • Role play
  14. 14. Systematic review of 77 RCT - Analysis of componets in effective programmes • Consistent reduction of behaviour problems, anxiety and depression • Emphasis on a positive interplay • Learing by practice - “home work” • Models for handling “bad behaviour”Source: Kaminski,et al. (2008). J Abnorm Child Psychol, 36(4), 567-589.
  15. 15. Fraction of all first child parents who haveparticipated in a parental group, child age 3-10yrs, Sweden 2004 - 2008 15
  16. 16. National parental programme launched inSweden 2009 • Child age 0-18 yrs • Different actors • Health services Municipalities, NGOs • Different methods • In 2009-2010 €7 million for development and €8 million for research
  17. 17. Research themes • Swedish RCT:s of internationally established programmes • New Swedish programmes • Social and gender equality • Systems for delivery: multiple actors with municipalital coordination
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