Presented at the CTN 10th Anniversary Symposium, Albuquerque, NM, April 21, 2010.
Paul M. Roman, PhD and Amanda J. Abraham, PhD (University of Georgia).
This presentation explores organizational-level adoption, implementation, and discontinuation of evidence-based treatment practices (EBPs), comparing programs that participated in CTN research to programs that did not. It describes three University of Georgia platform studies that examined three specific EBPs: buprenorphine, motivational incentives, and alcohol pharmacotherapies. Overall, the studies found that there is greater adoption of EBPs in CTN versus non-CTN treatment programs, and that participating in research networks is important when it comes to promoting evidence-based practices. (Presentation, PPT, English, 2010)
Keywords: Adoption of interventions | Alcohol | Behavior therapy | Buprenorphine | Community health services | Contigency Management (CM) | CTN 10-year anniversary | CTN platform/ancillary study | Dissemination | Evidence-based treatment | Motivational incentives | National Treatment Center Study (NTCS) | Pharmacological therapy | CTN 10th Anniversary Symposium, 2010
Document No: 452
Submitted by CTN Dissemination Librarians, 5/11/2010