Directions for the Advancement of Culturally Adapted Preventive Interventions: Local Adaptations, Engagement, and Sustainability

@article{Barrera2016DirectionsFT,
  title={Directions for the Advancement of Culturally Adapted Preventive Interventions: Local Adaptations, Engagement, and Sustainability},
  author={Manuel Barrera and Cady Berkel and Felipe Gonz{\'a}lez Castro},
  journal={Prevention Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={640-648}
}
To advance the implementation and dissemination of culturally adapted interventions to diverse populations, greater attention should be devoted to three underdeveloped topics: (a) local adaptations of interventions when they are implemented in community settings, (b) participant engagement, and (c) the sustainability of adapted interventions. Several typologies have been developed for studying local adaptations, and some research indicates that such adaptations might add to intervention… CONTINUE READING
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