Evidence-Based Prevention Interventions and Policies: New Tools for Prevention Professionals
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About the Event
This course features one of the major outcomes from more than 30 years of prevention science. The term “evidence-based” has long been applied in the medical field and now is a focus for substance use prevention. In this course we will discuss the definition of ‘evidence-based,’ the criteria for determining whether a prevention approach is considered ‘evidence-based’, and how these new tools for the prevention toolbox have been shown to be the most effective for use in our communities.
This is a live, on-line course moderated by an expert prevention professional and trainer where you will be receiving valuable knowledge on the topic, work in small groups and individual exercises and also engaging in live discussions while interacting with other participants in real time. It is also a great networking opportunity to connect with other professionals in the field around the world.
The limited number of participants per sessions allows for everyone to participate comfortably and for trainers to address everyone's questions and reflections.
- EBI - Prevention Professionals$69$690$0