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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 2: Evidence-Based Practices and Processes in Systems of Care

Top Five Reasons NOT to Use Evidence-Based Programs:
Results from the 17th Annual Research Conference: A System of Care for Children’s Mental Health
Dean Fixsen, Frances Wallace, Sandra Naoom

The Evidence-Based Treatment Knowledge and Practice of Children’s Mental Health Service Providers:
Preliminary Findings from the Evidence-Based Treatment Survey
Christine M. Walrath, Tommy Burrus, Brigitte Manteuffel, E. Wayne Holden, Mario Hernandez

Symposium: A University-Public School Partnership to Implement Empirically Sound Practice for
Children with Severe Emotional Disturbance
Chair: Eric Vernberg

Symposium Introduction
Eric M. Vernberg
Staffing Constraints, Training Opportunities, and Interprofessional Collaboration
within the Intense Mental Health Program
Camille J. Randall, Joseph E. Nyre, Anne K. Jacobs, Richard W. Puddy
Service Coordination as Predictor of Functioning in a School-Based Intensive Mental Health Program
Richard W. Puddy, Michael C. Roberts, Eric M. Vernberg
Positive Changes for Children in the Intensive Mental Health Program
Eric M. Vernberg, Camille J. Randall, Bridget K. Gamm, Anne K. Jacobs

Staying the Course: Correlates and Effects of Therapist Adherence to the Multi-Systemic Therapy Model Sarah
Hurley, Mark W. Vander Weg, Tim Goldsmith

Using Communities of Practice to Increase Readiness for Change and Support Implementation of
Evidence-Based Practices
Melanie Barwick

Provider and Program Correlates of Attitudes Toward Adoption of Evidence-Based Practice
Gregory A. Aarons

Effectiveness of Innovations in Time-Limited Intensive Services
Jeffrey R. Carter

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