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Chapter 2: Issues in Implementing Evidence-based Practices
The Top Five Strategies to Enable the Use of Evidence-based Programs: Results from the 18th Annual Research Conference: A System of Care for Children's Mental Health
State Activities in Implementing Evidence-based Programs for Children, Youth, and Families
Symposium - Evidence-based Practices in the Community-based Service Setting: Findings from the Evidence-based Treatment (EBT) Survey of Providers
Organizational Readiness for Change and Implementation of Evidence-based Practices in Children's Mental Health
Symposium – Challenges in Implementing Evidence-based Treatments in a State System of Care
Symposium – Enhancing and Adapting Treatment Foster Care
Symposium – Implementing Evidence-based Practices in Publicly-funded Clinics
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