Evidence-based psychosocial treatments are heavily featured in recent legislation, including the Family First Prevention Services Act of 2018.
While proliferation of such interventions holds promise for improving behavioral health, there is a well-documented ‘voltage drop’ in effectiveness once interventions are transported outside of research studies. Further, many implementation efforts fail altogether.
Reviewing programs rated by the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC), this presentation explores the extent to which program purveyors leverage implementation science to support implementation efforts.
Cricket Mitchell, Jennifer Rolls Reutz, Suzanne Kerns, Molly Duenow, and Jennifer Sedivy presented this Consortium suggested study on May 14, 2020 and facilitate discussion with participants.
Below are links to the complete webinar and to their power point presentation.
The slide graphic at page bottom was developed and presented by by Jane Lewis, a Consortium contributor from Great Britain
Minding the Implementation Gap Presentation
Minding the Implementation Gap Slideshow