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Implementing Parent Management Training in Norway

Principal Investigator: Marion S. Forgatch, Ph.D.

A study of the Norwegian nationwide implementation of the Oregon parent management training program (PMTO) developed at OSLC.

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Leveraging Evidence to Activate Parents (LEAP)

Principal Investigator: Michael R. McCart, Ph.D.

This study (R01DA050669) will investigate task-shifting of Parent Activation (PA) to Juvenile Probation Officers (JPOs) in rural communities by examining the capacity of JPOs to deliver PA within justice services and the impact of PA on youth and family outcomes.

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Probation Officers – Contingency Management – Emerging Adults (PO-CM-EA)

Principal Investigator: Ashli J. Sheidow, Ph.D.

This study (an Administrative Supplement to NIDA #R01DA041425) will determine if POs can deliver an evidence-based intervention as a means to ultimately prevent opioid use disorder among high-risk emerging adults.

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SIC Coaching Strategy

Principal Investigator: Lisa Saldana, Ph.D.

The SIC Coaching project aims to define the organizational activities that are needed to sustain the adoption of evidence-based programs, and test the impact of an empirically derived strategy to support the integration of implementation fidelity and intervention fidelity.

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Stages of Implementation Completion® (SIC)

Principal Investigator: Lisa Saldana, Ph.D.

We know little about how to achieve successful implementations when interventions are rolled out into community settings. The Stages of Implementation Completion® (SIC) was examined in collaboration with developers of three evidence-based practices.

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Testing the Community-Based Learning Collaborative Implementation Model (FPIC)

Principal Investigator: Rochelle F. Hanson; MUSC

This project evaluated the Community-based Learning Collaborative model, which targeted both clinical and non-clinical professionals in the child welfare and mental health service sectors as a way to build and strengthen inter-professional relationships and improve delivery of evidence-based mental health treatment services. The project capitalized on an on-going implementation project, aiming to generate evidence about […]

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The JEAP Initiative – Justice-Involved and Emerging Adults Populations Initiative

Principal Investigator: Ashli J. Sheidow, Ph.D. ; Michael R. McCart, Ph.D.

The ultimate goal of this Initiative (NIDA #R24DA051950) is rapid advancement of the recovery support services field for persons affected by opioid and polysubstance use disorders.

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