i-THRIVE Outcomes Research
A number of papers have investigated the impact of implementing the THRIVE Framework for system change (Wolpert et al., 2019).
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- A protocol for a multi-site case control study to evaluate child and adolescent mental health service transformation in England using the i-THRIVE model (Moore, Baron-Cohen, Simes, Chen & Fonagy, 2022)
- Barriers and facilitators to training delivery and subsequent implementation of a localised child and adolescent mental health initiative: a qualitative content analysis (Banwell et al., 2023)
- Child and adolescent mental health services in a devolved healthcare system: a qualitative exploration of sustainable practices (Banwell et al., 2023)
- The Impact of a Needs-Based Model of Care on Accessibility and Quality of Care within Children’s Mental Health Services: A Qualitative Investigation of the UK i-THRIVE Programme (Farr, Moore, Bruffell, Hayes, Rae & Cooper, 2021)
- How can services be improved to effectively address the mental health of vulnerable children and young people (Lidchi & Wiener, 2021).
- The crisis in CAMHS: Can i-THRIVE provide a solution? (Moore, Jenkins, Harris, Fonagy & Wolpert, 2016)