|Study details||Participant characteristics||Methods||Intervention||Outcome examples (further detail provided in Table 3)|
|Authors, journal, year of publication, year recruitment began, country, study aims and objectives||Child gender, child age, child school participation status, primary caregiver type, gender, age, education level, other demographics relevant to study and review.||Design, allocation, sampling, blinding, data collection time points, loss to follow up, recruitment and retention rates, comparison/ control group||
Setting: location, environment, technology used if relevant|
Description: intervention type, duration, frequency of intervention contacts.
Primary caregiver and/or family health outcomes, such as parenting stress or family quality of life
Child-related outcomes, such as child adaptive behaviour, quality of life and service-related outcomes, such as adherence to first appointment. These outcomes are of potential interest to researchers, policy-makers and clinicians