Strategies for Enhancing the Adoption of School-based Prevention Programs : Lessons Learned from the Blueprints for Violence Prevention Replications of the Life Skills Training Program

@inproceedings{Fagan2003StrategiesFE,
  title={Strategies for Enhancing the Adoption of School-based Prevention Programs : Lessons Learned from the Blueprints for Violence Prevention Replications of the Life Skills Training Program},
  author={Abigail A. Fagan},
  year={2003}
}
Widespread implementation of effective programs is unlikely to affect the incidence of violent crime unless there is careful attention given to the quality of implementation, including identification of the problems associated with the process of implementation and strategies for overcoming these obstacles. Here we describe the results of a process evaluation focused on discovering common implementation obstacles faced by schools implementing the Life Skills Training (LST) drug prevention… CONTINUE READING

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