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Methods for Disseminating Evidence-Based Treatments from the Frontlines of Community Treatment Programs.

Workshop held at the CTN Steering Committee meeting, Bethesda, MD, March 24, 2009.

The CTN Research Utilization Committee organized this 2-hour workshop to highlight different methods CTPs have used to disseminate evidence-based treatment into their practice:

  • Adapting EBTs to clinical practice
  • Disseminating information to patients
  • Using opinion leaders to promote dissemination
  • Quality improvement & integration of trauma treatment
  • Organizational change in EBT implementation

The session ended with a live demo of the CTN Dissemination Library website.

The National Office of the Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) will provide 3 NAADAC credit hours FREE for this online workshop.

To earn free CEUs:

  1. Watch the video
  2. Take the quiz (you must get 8 out of 10 correct to pass)
  3. The ATTC will contact you within two weeks to complete your CEU certificate.

Keywords: Adoption of interventions | Attitudes of health personnel | Buprenorphine | Community health services | Contingency Management (CM) | Counselors | CTN Dissemination Library | Dissemination | Dissemination strategies | Evidence-based treatment | Gender-specific interventions | Motivational incentives | Training | Trauma | Women | CTN Steering Committee meeting, March 2009

Document No: 402

Submitted by Harold Perl, PhD, NIDA Center for the Clinical Trials Network

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Contact the ATTC National Office if you have questions about the CEU process. 816-235-6888 | NO@ATTCnetwork.org


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