The first book on implementation of Evidence Based Practices, this book supports the nation-wide effort to improve services for older Americans in response to the expansion of the aging population and the increasing demand for cost-effective geriatric mental health care. It presents the critically needed guidance for behavioral health care providers to successfully implement EBPs and principles in real-world clinical service settings and provides a system approach to successful EBPs.A Guide to Implementation Sue Levkoff Sue E. Levkoff, Hongtu Chen, Jane E. Fisher ... For many funded research studies, the results and information on how to access additional information are posted on the Web site of the funding agency. ... Additionally, many conferences offer workshops for clinicians to further develop specific skills. ... For example, the annual meeting of the Florida Coalition on Mental Health and Aging, one of several state coalition conferences, draws researchersanbsp;...
|Title||:||Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Practices for Older Adults|
|Publisher||:||Springer Publishing Company - 2006|