Evidence-based Practice Implementation Strategies: Results of a Qualitative Study

@article{Rapp2007EvidencebasedPI,
  title={Evidence-based Practice Implementation Strategies: Results of a Qualitative Study},
  author={Charles Rapp and Diane Etzel-Wise and Doug Marty and Melinda A Coffman and Linda Carlson and Dianne Asher and Jennifer A Callaghan and Rob Whitley},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={44},
  pages={213-224}
}
This study reports on the strategies used to implement the evidence-based practices of supported employment and integrated dual diagnosis treatment. Using qualitative research methods, the study uncovered eight strategies that contributed to successful implementation in six sites. 

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