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ERIC Number: EJ696995
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Feb-1
Pages: 8
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ISSN: ISSN-0047-2891
Overcoming Challenges to Using Evidence-Based Interventions in Schools.
Schaeffer, Cindy M.; Bruns, Eric; Weist, Mark; Stephan, Sharon Hoover; Goldstein, Julie; Simpson, Yolanda
Journal of Youth and Adolescence, v34 n1 p15 Feb 2005
The Center for School Mental Health Assistance at the University of Maryland recently completed a review of evidence-based prevention and treatment programs that can be used by school mental health clinicians. Based on the review, a school-based program operating in 22 Baltimore City schools has purchased and trained clinicians in a number of protocols for evidence-based interventions. We present findings from this review and make pragmatic recommendations for school mental health programs to overcome the challenges associated with the use of evidence-based interventions.KEY WORDS: evidence-based prevention; treatment programs; school mental health.
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Identifiers - Location: Maryland