Family-Centered Preventive Intervention for Military Families: Implications for Implementation Science

@inproceedings{Beardslee2011FamilyCenteredPI,
  title={Family-Centered Preventive Intervention for Military Families: Implications for Implementation Science},
  author={William R. Beardslee and Patricia E Lester and Lee E. Klosinski and William R. Saltzman and Kirsten Woodward and William Nash and Catherine Mogil and Robert Koffman and Gregory A. Leskin},
  booktitle={Prevention Science},
  year={2011}
}
In this paper, we report on the development and dissemination of a preventive intervention, Families OverComing Under Stress (FOCUS), an eight-session family-centered intervention for families facing the impact of wartime deployments. Specific attention is given to the challenges of rapidly deploying a prevention program across diverse sites, as well as to key elements of implementation success. FOCUS, developed by a UCLA-Harvard team, was disseminated through a large-scale demonstration… CONTINUE READING
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