Workshop held at the CTN Steering Committee meeting, Bethesda, MD, October 20, 2009.
This workshop, organized by the CTN Research Utilization Committee, highlighted different methods CTPs have used to disseminate evidence-based treatment into their practice settings. Speakers from a number of CTN Community Treatment Providers (CTPs) presented at the workshop on topics ranging from training clinicians in teleconferencing technology, to treatment systems improvement projects, to implementation of an HIV rapid testing protocol.
The workshop began with opening remarks from Harold Perl, PhD, of the NIDA Center for the Clinical Trials Network. Presentations included:
Implementing Seeking Safety -- Patricia E. Penn, PhD, Amy Tilley, PsyD, Wendy Layne, MA. La Frontera Center, Inc., CA/AZ Node
Dissemination of Project WORTH in a Residential Treatment Program for Women and Children -- Susan M. Gordon, PhD, Myriah Jackson, Seabrook House, DV Node.
Increasing Retention Using Motivational Incentives -- Tracy Schulden, Universal Counseling Services, MA Node
Real World Training and Implementation: The Community Reinforcement Approach -- John G. Gardin II, PhD, ADAPT, Inc., OR/HI Node.
Research Meets Practice and Beyond: Clinical Implementation of HIV Rapid Testing -- Louise Haynes, MSW, and Beverly Holmes, MSW, LRADAC, SC Node.
Creating an MI Culture: The "Nuts and Bolts" Experience -- D. Michael Davis, ChangePoint, Inc., OR/HI Node
Training Clinicians in Motivational Interviewing Using Teleconferencing Technology -- Bruce Goldman, LCSW, CASAC, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, LI Node and Kenneth Carpenter, PhD, New York State Psychiatric Institute, LI Node
Dallas Coalition for Treatment Improvement: A Sudden Rise in Heroin Use Among Adolescents and Young Adults Served as a Call to Action and Inspired this Treatment Systems Improvement Project -- Douglas Denton, Homeward Bound, TX Node.
(Workshop, PowerPoint slides, English, 2009)
Adoption of interventions | Attitudes of health personnel | Community health services | Contingency Management (CM) | Counselors | CTN Steering Committee meeting, October 2009 | Dissemination | Dissemination strategies | Evidence-based treatment | Gender-specific interventions | Motivational interviewing (MI) | Motivational incentives | Teleconferencing | Training | Trauma | Women
Document No: 403
Submitted by Harold Perl, PhD, NIDA Center for the Clinical Trials Network