Collaboration, Data Collection and Distribution

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Collaboration, Data Collection and Distribution

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3 Hour

The importance of developing strategies for distribution to community stake holders and infrastructure development. 
This training will focus on assisting participants on utilizing collaborations, data collection and distribution from evidenced based practice models. Coalitions, prevention programs and social service agencies are focused on  serving the needs of the community, current research will be discussed that focuses on collaborations and how to develop local infrastructure to support prevention strategies. 

Resources

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3786670/
Fagan, A. A., Hanson, K., Briney, J. S., & Hawkins, J. D. (2012). Sustaining the utilization and high quality implementation of tested and effective prevention programs using the Communities That Care prevention system.American journal of community psychology, 49(3-4), 365-377.
Chismar, W., Horan, T. A., Hesse, B. W., Feldman, S. S., & Shaikh, A. R. (2011). Health cyberinfrastructure for collaborative use-inspired research and practice. American journal of preventive medicine, 40(5), S108-S114.

 

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