Table 26Results: Keeping foster and kinship parents trained and supported versus usual care

First Author et al., YearComparison GroupsMental and Behavioral HealthHealthy Caregiver-Child Relationship
Chamberlain, 200891G1: KEEP
G2: Usual care
Improvement in problem behaviors at endpoint (parent daily report)
G1>G2, p=NR (sig), d=0.26
Increased proportion positive reinforcement at endpoint (parent daily report)
G1>G2, p=NR (sig), d=0.29

Note: Greater comparative benefit is denoted using a greater (“>“) sign. Interpretation of the effect size as small, medium, or large is defined as: Cohen’s d = 0.20, 0.50, and 0.80176

Abbreviations: G = group; KEEP = Keeping Foster and Kinship Parents Trained and Supported; NR = not reported; sig = significant.

From: Results

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