How do we stop having the same conversations? Put differently, after
decades of mental health research,
why do we feel that all we have
learned has not been translated into
practice? The three brief reports presented here, all delivered at the
Annual Conference of the National
Association of State Mental Health
Program Directors Research Institute,
entitled, “How Do We Stop Having
the Same Conversations?” point to different but related missing links in
developing, testing, and implementing
Practical Meta Analysis Toolkit, 1996 (PN-6). Mark W. Lipsey and David B. Wilson (How to synthesize the evidence
for a practice).
Toolkit on Manuals and Workbooks for Psychosocial Interventions, 2001 (PN-47). Terry Camacho-Gonsalves,
H. Stephen Leff, and William C. Torrey. (How to manualize a practice).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Fidelity Toolkit, 2000 (PN-44). Gary Bond, Jane Williams, Lisa Evans, Michelle Salyers,
Hea-Won Kim, Heather Sharpe, and H. Stephen Leff. (How to measure whether a practice is implemented as intended).
Implementing Outcomes Management Systems in Mental Health Settings, August 1997 (PN-28). G. Richard Smith,
Carol Nordquist, Ellen P. Fischer, Cindy Mosley, and Nancy S. Ledbetter. (How to measure and improve the
outcomes of a practice).
Go to 'Outloook: Practice, Evaluation, Research'
Contributed on 12/26/2012
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