2nd International Workshop on the Strengthening Families Program
2nd International Workshop on the Strengthening Families Program.
“Present and future challenges of SFP interventions around the world”.
20th November 2018.
University of the Balearic Islands, Majorca (Spain).
The different SFP interventions around the world face similar challenges: cultural adaptation and fidelity, instruments of evaluation, validation of international adaptations, follow-up analysis, gender issues, incorporation of technologies in the implementation…
This one-day workshop aims at aligning the concerns of SFP researchers and implementers around these subjects. In special, one of the main aims is to reach a “gold standard” of evaluation and to discuss the best instruments for it.
Guest speakers: Karol Kumpfer (Emeritus Prof. University of Utah, USA), John Toumbourou (Professor Deakin University, Australia) and other important well-known scholars (TBA).
9 h Results from SFP around the world (Karol Kumpfer, Emeritus Professor from University of Utah)
10 h Experience of SFP in Australia. Strengths and Limitations. (John Toumborou, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia)
11 h - 11.30 h Coffee break
11.30 h - 12.30 h Family participation and retention (Anne Mc Gill, University of Pittsburgh and Jorge Negreiros, University of Porto)
12.30 h - 14 h International scope: SFP in Spain (Carmen Orte, University of the Balearic Islands), France (Corinne Marie-Roehrig, Comité D’Education pour la Santé des Alpes Maritimes) and Brazil (Larissa Nobre-Sandoval, Grupo de Estudos em Prevençao, University of Brasilia). Difficulties and recommendations for practice
14 h Lunch
15.30 h - 17.30 h Experiences of SFP implementers and practitioners around the world. Exchanges among professionals. Two parallel sessions:
Session A: English-speaking session. SFP implementation and quality. Lessons learned and tips for practice. Participants: implementers and facilitators
Session B: Spanish-speaking session. La implementación del SFP y calidad. Recomendaciones y buenas prácticas