PROTOCOL NIDA-CTN-0031-A-3


Organizational and Practitioner Influences on Implementation of STAGE-12

Dennis McCarty, Ph.D.
Co-Lead Investigator
Oregon Health & Science University
mccartyd@ohsu.edu

Joseph Guydish, Ph.D.
Co-Lead Investigator

Institute for Health Policy Studies
University of California, San Francisco
joseph.guydish@ucsf.edu

This CTN-funded ancillary study is related to CTN-0031, "Stimulant Abusers Group to Engage in 12-Step (STAGE-12)."

This project, in collaboration with NIDA DESPR, examines the organizational and counselor level factors that influence the eventual implementation of findings from the STAGE-12 clinical trial.  Initial data collection at each of the sites took place prior to selection or training of study clinicians.  Counselors and supervisors completed six research instruments and one semi-structured interview.  This baseline data collection supported the development of an R01 application to conduct secondary analyses and evaluate implementation of the STAGE-12 intervention in the participating treatment centers during the protocol and after protocol completion.

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