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FSAP and HEP Joint Session on Research Integration  

A research guide on evidence based programming.
Last Updated: Nov 22, 2013 URL: Print Guide

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Evidence-based Programming/Programs (EBP)


Interventions, practices, and/or information that have been identified as true, valid, and reliable through an expert consensus or an analytical process using commonly agreed-upon criteria, not limited to randomized trials and open to observational trials.

Brounstein, P.J., Zweig, J.M., and Gardner, S.E. (2001). Science-based practices in Substance Abuse Prevention: A Guide.


Two Overarching Guiding Principles:

  • Effectiveness
  • Accountability

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