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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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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
Robert M. Friedman, Robert Paulson, Dean Fixsen

State Activities in Implementing Evidence-based Programs for Children, Youth, and Families
Jacqueline Yannacci, Jeanne Rivard, Vijay Ganju       

Symposium - Evidence-based Practices in the Community-based Service Setting: Findings from the Evidence-based Treatment (EBT) Survey of Providers
Chair: Angela K. Sheehan

Understanding the Evidence-based Practice Knowledge Base of Mental Health Providers Serving Children with Severe Emotional Disturbance
Wendy L. Struchen-Shellhorn, Thomas Burrus & Mario Hernandez

Evidence-based Practice in the Community-based Service Setting: Factors that Influence Mental Health Provider Use
Angela K. Sheehan, Christine M. Walrath & E. Wayne Holden

Native American Community Affiliated Mental Health Providers for Children with Severe Emotional Disturbance: Evidence-based Practice Knowledge, Perceptions and Factors that Influence Decisions
Angela K. Sheehan, Joseph J. Walker, & Christine Walrath

Symposium Discussion
Sylvia Fisher

Organizational Readiness for Change and Implementation of Evidence-based Practices in Children's Mental Health
Melanie Barwick, Katherine M Boydell, Elaine Stasiulis, H. Bruce Ferguson, Karen  Blase, Dean Fixsen 

Symposium – Challenges in Implementing Evidence-based Treatments in a State System of Care
Chair: Martha Morrison Dore           

Setting the Context for a State-wide System of Care
Judith Meyers           

Contextual and Organizational Factors Impacting Growth of Connecticut's MST Service System
Janet Williams           

Transforming IICAPS into an Evidence-based Practice (EBP)
Joseph Woolston

Symposium Discussion
Martha Morrison Dore

Symposium – Enhancing and Adapting Treatment Foster Care
Chair: Elizabeth M.Z. Farmer           

What We Learned and Where it Led Us
Elizabeth M.Z. Farmer           

Together Facing the Challenge: Adapting Evidence-based TFC
Maureen Murray           

New Additions to "Together Facing the Challenge"
Shannon Dorsey           

Symposium Discussion
Elizabeth M.Z. Farmer, Barbara J. Burns 

Symposium – Implementing Evidence-based Practices in Publicly-funded Clinics
Chair: Teresa  Kramer           

Initial Assessment of Adoption Barriers to EBP Treatment for Adolescents with Co-occurring Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders
J.Randy Koch, Teresa L.  Kramer, Robert Cohen, Shirley  G. Ricks     

Changes in Attitudes: New Research on Evidence-based Practice Implementation
Gregory A Adams           

Stages of CBT Implementation: Appraisal through Assimilation
Teresa L Kramer, Barbara J. Burns         

Four Models from Ohio's Innovation Diffusion and Adoption Research Project (IDARP)
Phyllis C Panzano                   

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