Building Community-Wide, Active Implementation Capacity to Support EBPs and Achieve Socially Significant Outcomes

Aldridge, W. A., II, Blase, K. A., & Fixsen, D. L.
May, 2014

Society for Prevention Research invited symposium presentation on the rationale for and building of active implementation capacity in community settings.

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Will Aldridge at 919.966.4713 or will.aldridge@unc.edu
Citation: Aldridge, W. A., II, Blase, K. A., & Fixsen, D. L. (2014, May). Building community-wide, active implementation capacity to support EBPs and achieve socially significant outcomes. In D. Fishbein (Chair), Science to society: Transforming and scaling up community-level systems to achieve socially significant outcomes for at-risk children and families. Invited symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC.