Lessons from Successful Systems: Evidence-Based Practices and Systems of Care: Implementation Matters (System Implementation Issue Brief #4)

Authors: National Council of Urban Indian Health, Sharon Hodges
Publication Year: 2007
Last Updated: 2016-04-06 16:24:17
Journal: Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health
Keywords: evidence-based practices, best methods, systems of care, EBP's, EBP, systems of care,

Short Abstract:

This issue brief presents key findings on the relationship between EBPs and systems of care from Case Studies of System Implementation. Strategies critical to implementing EBPs within systems of care are also presented.


This issue brief provides key findings on the relationship between evidence-based practices (EBPs) and system of care based on data collected for Case Studies of System Implementation. A description of the integration of evidence-based practices into established systems of care communities, lessons learned, and strategies for successful integration are offered.

System Implementation Issue Briefs

There is still much to learn about what factors are critical in bringing about system change. This series of issues briefs, based on findings from Case Studies of System Implementation, will provide readers with a summary of lessons learned from established system of care communities. The briefs will offer concrete examples of how these communities have successfully developed their systems of care. The series begins with lessons learned during Phases I and II of the study and includes a description of methods of data collection and analysis.

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