Effectiveness and Implementation of the Parent Support Program within a Hospital Setting: A Pilot Hybrid-Type 2 Study Effectiveness and Implementation of the Parent Support Program within a Hospital Setting: A Pilot Hybrid-Type 2 Study Transgender and gender expansive (TGE) youth are at high risk for negative mental health outcomes due to expreiences of family rejection, bullying, and other minority stressors. TGE youth in Arizona are particularly vulnerable in the current political climate as two bills that restrict rights for TGE youth recently passed. Research demonstrates that parental support and parental rejection significantly influence TGE youths mental health. The Parent Support Program (PSP) is a brief online intervention that aims to increase supportive behaviors among parents and caregivers of TGE youth. Previous research has supported the acceptability and efficacy of the intervention. This study aims to build off previous research and evaluate both effectiveness and implementation of the PSP in a hospital setting. Specifically, this study will pilot test a hybrid type 2 effectiveness-implementation study and identify barriers and facilitators of implementation in preparation for a future multisite hybrid type 2 study.
|Effective start/end date||1/1/23 → 12/31/23|
- Institute for Mental Health Research: $46,844.00
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