Long-Term Protective Factor Outcomes of Evidence-based Interventions Implemented by Community Teams Through a Community–University Partnership

@article{Redmond2009LongTermPF,
  title={Long-Term Protective Factor Outcomes of Evidence-based Interventions Implemented by Community Teams Through a Community–University Partnership},
  author={Cleve R. Redmond and Richard L. Spoth and Chungyeol Shin and Lisa M. Schainker and Mark t. Greenberg and Mark E. Feinberg},
  journal={The Journal of Primary Prevention},
  year={2009},
  volume={30},
  pages={513-530}
}
It is becoming increasingly common for community teams or coalitions to implement programming for children and families designed to promote positive youth development and prevent adolescent problem behaviors. However, there has been only limited rigorous study of the effectiveness of community teams’ programming efforts to produce positive outcomes. This study employed a community-level randomized control design to examine protective parent and youth skills outcomes of evidence-based preventive… CONTINUE READING

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