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The Family Education Project is an example of how the consensus-building model can be used to gain acceptance of evidence-based practice, and adapt and implement it on the local level. The authors describe the consensus-building process and the lessons learned from implementing family education in one community in order to show how this process may be used to adapt best practice models to meet unique needs within local communities. (Authors)
Journal
2001
29
2
105-116
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