When the Intervention Doesn't Quite Fit: Principle-Driven Adaptation of Program Models (2 Part Series) | Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
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When the Intervention Doesn't Quite Fit: Principle-Driven Adaptation of Program Models (2 Part Series)

 
Preferred registration deadline: March 30th

6 CEUs


Ana A. Baumann, Ph.D
Research Assistant Professor
Brown School

When a practitioner is implementing evidence-based health or mental health interventions, tensions often arise between the design and fit of the intervention with the specific context.  Research shows the importance of aligning the intervention with the population, including giving attention to race, ethnicity, location, so as to increase efficacy.  But how are these adaptations made with intention and integrity?

This class will illuminate the tension between fit and fidelity in the context of implementing evidence-based interventions.  Guidance will be provided on how to plan and evaluate the adaptation process. We will review frameworks and strategies to support adaptations that are proactive and iterative, informed both by literature and the program’s stakeholders.

Class size is limited to 30. 

$100 General Admission
$60 Brown School Field Instructors
$20 Full-Time Graduate Students

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