Efficacy and Feasibility of Baby Triple P - a Pilot Study
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Condition||mental disorders during pregnancy|
|Treatment||baby triple p|
|Sponsor||Ruhr University of Bochum|
|Start date||September 2012|
|End date||July 2015|
|Trial size||78 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT02313493, RCT-Baby Triple P|
In the present pilot study the feasibility and efficacy of Baby Triple P- an antenatal parent training- are investigated. Healthy becoming first time parents were randomly allocated to either the Baby Triple P parent-training group or a care as usual control group. It is expected that 78 couples of becoming first time parents are recruited. It is hypothesized that parents and their infants in the parent training group will show significantly less psychopathology / regulation problems and better partnership quality than participants in the control condition.
|Intervention model||single group assignment|
Number of symptoms on the BSI 18 and the PFB-K
time frame: Before birth (T1), two months after birth (T2)
Severity rating (0-8) of regulatory problems in infants
time frame: six months after birth (T3)
Quality of parenting
time frame: Two months after birth (T2), six month after birth (T3)
Number of symptoms on the EPDS, DASS-21 and the OSS-3
time frame: Two months after birth (T2)
Male or female participants of any age.
- Becoming first time parent
- Participants have a basic level of German literacy which allows them to understand the Baby Triple P materials
- Unborn Baby is developing well and does not have a pre-diagnosed medical condition
- Baby has a disability or pre-diagnosed medical condition.
- The parents are intellectually disabled
|Official title||Improving Mental Health in First Time Parents - A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study|
|Description||In this pilot study, the efficacy and feasibility of the Baby Triple P parenting training is investigated in a pilot study using a randomized controlled trial. According to the efficacy of the parenting training, it is expected that parents in the training condition show higher scores on mental health scales (BSI-18) and quality of Partnership (PFB). Furthermore, it is expected that infants whose parents has taken part in the parenting training have lower severity ratings of regulatory disorders assessed with the Baby-DIPS diagnostic interview than infants of parents in the care as usual control condition.|
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