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Lessons Learned About Science and Participation from Multisite Evaluations
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Publicly funded multisite evaluations should help bring safe, effective interventions to the mental health and substance abuse treatment fields. Two principles, science-based practice and stakeholder participation, drive multisite evaluations of behavioral interventions. We examine the roles of these principles in the five programs described in this volume and draw lessons for future studies. (Authors)
Journal
2002
94
89-100
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