The issue highlights a few presentations and/or papers from the 2001 NRI conference. The focus of the conference was on “How Do We Stop Having the Same Conversations?” The presentations and/or papers point to different but related missing links in developing, testing, and implementing evidence-based practices. … Read More

Date: 04/2002

Author(s): A joint publication of the Center and NASMHPD Research Institute (NRI)

QA/QI Poster

This poster is a collaborative effort between the Evaluation Center and Harvard Medical School. The poster presents the results of a study in measuring whether quality measures used in QA/QI in mental health address evidence-based practices. … Read More

Date: 04/2002

Author(s): The Evaluation Center @HSRI

Knowledge Assessment

Health care systems throughout the U.S. are adopting evidence-based practices. This paper addresses issues involved in evaluating evidence-based practices for psychosocial ehabilitation (PSR) interventions. … Read More

Date: 07/2002

Author(s): H. Stephen Leff, Ph.D., Virginia Mulkern, Ph.D., Robert E. Drake, M.D., Ph.D., I. Elaine Allen, Ph.D., Clifton M. Chow, Ed.M.

Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices

Resource materials for implementing Evidence-based Practices. … Read More

Date: 09/2002

Author(s): The Evaluation Center @ HSRI

A Brief History of Evidence-Based Practice

This is a DRAFT paper which will appear in Mental Health, United States, 2002, CMHS, SAMHSA, DHHS. The paper briefly reviews the history of evidence-based practice. Then describes the types of individuals and organizations currently focusing on evidence-based practices in mental health and nature of the information they provide. Following this, the paper considers the concerns raised about evidence-based practices in mental health. The paper then concludes with a vision of how evidence-based practices should be … Read More

Date: 10/2002

Author(s): H. Stephen Leff

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