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Creating Evidence-Based Practices When None Exist

by Prevention scientist, psychologist, entrepreneur, presenter at PAXIS Institute and Simple Gifts, Inc on May 23, 2011

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On April 28, 2011, the Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services for Research and Evaluation asked Dr. Dennis Embry to speak at the Pew Trust in Washington, DC. He was asked to answer a key ...

On April 28, 2011, the Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services for Research and Evaluation asked Dr. Dennis Embry to speak at the Pew Trust in Washington, DC. He was asked to answer a key question regarding evidence-informed strategies: “When evidence-based programs are not available to meet the needs of a particular population, then how should/can we use evidence to inform innovation?” Here is the powerpoint for this well-received presentation.

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