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

Research Based on Data Collected at UMSC

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 […]

Project Overview

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 implementation strategies needed to make EBTs more accessible to children. This mixed-methods study involved participants from two ongoing CBLCs in South Carolina and examined data collected pre/post, weekly, and monthly over the 12 month active implementation period. Participants were recruited for an 18 month follow-up period to examine whether inter-professional relationships, inter-organizational relationships, and use of EBTs were sustained over time.

Year Project Began: 2014
Funder: National Institute of Mental Health