Development of an Audio-Tape Review System for Supporting Adherence to an Evidence-Based Treatment.

  title={Development of an Audio-Tape Review System for Supporting Adherence to an Evidence-Based Treatment.},
  author={Ashli J. Sheidow and Bradley C Donohue and Heather H. Hill and Scott W. Henggeler and Julian D Ford},
  journal={Professional psychology, research and practice},
  volume={39 5},
In bridging the science to service gap, effective, yet practical, strategies are needed for supporting practitioner implementation of evidence-based treatments. The development and preliminary evaluation of an adherence monitoring system to support clinician fidelity to an evidence-based treatment for substance-abusing adolescents was tested for community-based practitioners. Session tapes were monitored for adherence to a family-based approach to CM (CM/FB) for 27 practitioners during baseline… CONTINUE READING

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