Balancing fidelity and adaptation in the dissemination of empirically-supported treatments: The promise of transdiagnostic interventions.

@article{McHugh2009BalancingFA,
  title={Balancing fidelity and adaptation in the dissemination of empirically-supported treatments: The promise of transdiagnostic interventions.},
  author={R Kathryn McHugh and Heather W. Murray and David H Barlow},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2009},
  volume={47 11},
  pages={946-53}
}
Assessing treatment fidelity is a core methodological consideration in the study of treatment outcome; it influences both the degree to which changes can be attributed to the intervention and the ability to replicate and disseminate the intervention. Efforts to increase access to evidence-based psychological treatments are receiving unprecedented support; but pressures exist to adapt treatments to service settings, running the risk of compromising fidelity. However, little evidence is available… CONTINUE READING
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