Research and community partnerships

The Parenting and Family Support Centre at The University of Queensland has established a number of strategic research network alliances as part of the Triple P Research Network, in particular in resource-poor or violence-prone communities, and have been successful in establishing philanthropic support for this work.

Collaborations are now under way with 12 disciplines across UQ with research partnerships formed in Brazil, Chile, Panama, Costa Rica and China. A substantial amount of international collaboration is taking place between the PFSC and other research centres around the world.

This research network both enhances Triple P research by including diverse perspectives in the research and increases the global impact of the PFSC’s work.

Harvard University

Latest collaborations

The Parenting and Family Support Centre is now working with Harvard University’s Centre on the Developing Child to develop a research series that explores self-regulation in children, families and communities. The PFSC shares the Center’s values of seeking to drive science-based innovation that achieves breakthrough outcomes for children.