Welcome to E-SEE

This is the website for E-SEE (Enhancing Social-Emotional Health and Wellbeing in the Early Years: A Community-based Randomised Controlled Trial (and Economic) Evaluation of the Incredible Years Infant and Toddler (0-2) Parenting Programmes).

For further information on the project, please contact Tracey Bywater at the Department of Health Sciences, University of York.

NEWS

April 2016

The window for completing applications to take part in E-SEE has now closed.

Members of the research team have been busy raising awareness of E-SEE at various events over the last couple of months:

  • Tracey Bywater attended the North of England Health Visitor Research Network meeting in Barnsley
  • Vashti Berry presented on E-SEE to the Clinical and Infant Mental Health Working Group in Devon
  • Sarah Blower gave an overview of E-SEE at a workshop and book launch on child wellbeing hosted by the University of York.

March 2016

We are still looking for parents in Exeter, and the Barnstaple, and Bideford areas of Devon to take part in our E-SEE study. If you’d like to be involved, find out more here.┬áRecruitment closes 22 April 2016.

February 2016

Recruitment in the Blackburn and Darwen area has now closed.

January 2016

We are looking for parents in Exeter, and the Barnstaple, and Bideford areas of Devon to take part in our E-SEE study. Find out how you can take part here.

December 2015

We are looking for parents in the Blackburn and Darwen area to take part in our E-SEE study. Find out how you can take part here.

November 2015

We hosted a free E-SEE family tea party in Blackburn on 10 November. Find out more here.