Membership information

Any person who meets membership criteria listed below and is recognised by the Triple P Research Network’s advisory board as a contributor to the advancement of Triple P research internationally, is eligible to apply for membership.

Membership levels

There are three levels of membership full membership, associate membership and student membership. Membership requirements are listed below. All applications for full and associate membership must be endorsed by at least two network members personally known to the applicant or by one TPRN board member. Student applications must be endorsed by one member known to the applicant.

After reading the membership requirements below, the online application can be completed here.

Membership requirements

Full membership

In order to be eligible for full membership the applicant must:

  • Have a PhD in relevant field or academic equivalent.
  • Commit to conducting research that improves the lives of children and families and extends the scientific knowledge.
  • Support a population level approach for the prevention and treatment of child socioemotional behavior problems, and of child maltreatment.
  • Have published a Triple P related paper in a a peer reviewed journal or be currently collaborating with a published Triple P researcher willing to endorse application.
  • Be actively conducting child and family research using the Triple P system as the model of intervention.
  • Be willing to commit follow the TPRN code of ethics.
  • Be endorsed by two full members of the network or one board member.
Associate membership

Members who do not have a PhD but meet all other criteria are eligible for associate membership. Requirements include:

  • Commit to conducting research that improves the lives of children and families and extends the scientific knowledge.
  • Support a population level approach for the prevention and treatment of child socioemotional behavior problems, and of child maltreatment.
  • Have published a Triple P related paper in a a peer reviewed journal or be currently collaborating with a published Triple P researcher willing to endorse application.
  • Be actively conducting child and family research using the Triple P system as the model of intervention.
  • Be willing to commit follow the TPRN code of ethics.
  • Be endorsed by two full members of the network or one board member.
Student membership

In order to be eligible for student membership the applicant must:

  • Be enrolled in a postgraduate program with a Triple P related dissertation topic
  • Have a member of the network on their supervisory team.
  • Commit to conducting research that improves the lives of children and families and extends the scientific knowledge.
  • Support a population level approach for the prevention and treatment of child socioemotional behavior problems, and of child maltreatment.
  • Intend to publish Triple P related research in peer reviewed papers.
  • Be willing to follow the TPRN code of ethics.
  • Be endorsed by one full member of the network.

Benefits of membership

  • Access to network website.
  • Free participation in bi-monthly topic specific online meetings.
  • Access to Triple P Trial Register.
  • Frequent news updates.
  • Access to network resources including downloadable measures and data templates.
  • Access to list of TPRN members and interest areas.
  • Access to TPRN forum.
  • Opportunity to feature research projects on website.