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A Critical Review of Evidence-Based Repositories in Behavioral Health

The presentation presents results from a National Institute of Health funded study titled “A Critical Review of Evidence-Based Program Repositories in Behavioral Health”. The purpose of the study was to better understand best-practice repositories for behavioral health, in order to highlight issues that may improve their future operation, and also to better understand the paradigms of evidence currently used for certifying best-practices

AEA 2015 PowerPoint Combined Final.pdf

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Eval10 Session 312: The Cycle of Evidence-Based Policy and Practice: Synthesis, Translation, and Evaluation Capacity Building

The panel addresses the major components in the cycle of developing evidence-based policy and practice. The synthesis method, the core methodology to aggregate findings for evidence-based practice reviews, is defined and various types of syntheses will be compared

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Focus Search - MPH Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Background Researchers, funders, practitioners want to know how to achieve outcomes Though evidence based programs are central to achieving results, little is known about how to effectively link research and practice at community level ISF is multi-system framework that can guide these research to practice efforts What is ISF?

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Eval11 Session 783: Beyond Fidelity II: Assessing the context of implementation

The focus of this AEA 2011 think tank is on re-conceptualizing the current approach to evaluating the implementation of “evidence-based practices” (EBPs)

Beyond Fidelity II.pdf

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Eval11 Session 867: Knowledge Creation in Healthcare Organizations as a Result of Individual's Participation in the Executive Training in the Use of Evidence Informed Decision Making

To guide our evaluation, we developed a logic model based on Nonaka Dynamic Theory of Organizational Knowledge Creation

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Focus Search - Actualization of knowledge transfer through practice and action. When people internalize new knowledge, it becomes part of their tacit knowledge. we were looking for: changes in the practice of EIDM in organizations, whereby individuals other than the EXTRA fellows and SEARCHers employed EIDM we observed: adoption of attitudes towards EIDM but no transfer of skills Transfer process Utility of process Contextual conditions Internalization A first step towards routinization of the use of EIDM Learning processes and practices Skills and knowledge resources in the organization Organizational upheaval Chief executive officer leadership 3