Promoting the implementation of practices that are supported by research: The national implementing evidence-based practice project

  • Torrey W
  • Lynde D
  • Gorman P
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The National Implementing Evidence-Based Practice Project is an ongoing effort to promote the implementation of effective practices for adults who have severe mental illnesses. The project members designed and developed integrated packages of materials and services to help practice sites implement evidence-based practices and is field-testing the approach in eight states. These implementations are being evaluated carefully to learn how to make the technology transfer process more efficient in the future. This article describes the project and provides some early reflections on the implementation experience.

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  • William C. Torrey

  • David W. Lynde

  • Paul Gorman

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