An examination of the evidence in culturally adapted evidence-based or empirically supported interventions.

@article{Helms2015AnEO,
  title={An examination of the evidence in culturally adapted evidence-based or empirically supported interventions.},
  author={Janet E. Helms},
  journal={Transcultural psychiatry},
  year={2015},
  volume={52 2},
  pages={174-97}
}
Measurement yields perhaps the most critical evidence influencing whether culturally adapted evidence- based practice (EBP) and empirically supported treatments (EST) are deemed more effective for African Americans, Latino/a Americans, Asian/Pacific Islander Americans, Native Americans, and related immigrant groups than standard treatments, as well as for determining the validity of results of surveys of health conditions in nondominant populations internationally. However, little attention has… CONTINUE READING
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