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Evidence-Based Policies & Practices

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2018 HHS Data Strategy: Enhancing the HHS Evidence-Based Portfolio

April 30, 2019
The 2018 HHS Data Strategy focuses on improving the Department’s capacity to develop statistical evidence to support policymaking and program evaluation over the next six to eight years.

Best Practices and Barriers to Engaging People with Substance Use Disorders in Treatment

March 5, 2019
Substance use disorders (SUDs) represent a serious public health problem in the United States. Recent attention has focused most on opioid use, including heroin use and prescription opioid misuse, with the attendant high rates of opioid-related overdoses. Alcohol use disorders are more common than opioid use disorders and also represent a public health concern.

Building the Evidence for Domestic Violence Services & Interventions: Challenges, Areas of Opportunity, and Research Priorities

January 17, 2017
This document summarizes the findings from the Building Evidence for Domestic Violence Services & Interventions study, including the results of a systematic literature review, interviews with subject matter experts, and the discussions over the course of a two day roundtable convening of experts.
ASPE Issue Brief

The Importance of Contextual Fit when Implementing Evidence-Based Programs

August 31, 2014
This brief is one in a series exploring issues related to the implementation of evidence-based interventions.
ASPE Issue Brief

The Importance of Contextual Fit when Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions

August 31, 2014
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ASPE Issue Brief

Using Evidence-Based Constructs to Assess Extent of Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions

August 31, 2014
This brief is one in a series exploring issues related to the implementation of evidence-based interventions. It describes several constructs that can be used to describe, monitor, and facilitate implementation. It also describes how to apply these constructs in several ways, including data collection to monitor progress and developing an implementation monitoring plan.
ASPE Issue Brief

Willing, Able-> Ready: Basics and Policy Implications of Readiness as a Key Component for Implementation of Evidence-based Interventions

August 31, 2014
This brief is one in a series exploring issues related to the implementation of evidence-based interventions. It describes the basics of readiness using the R=MC2 (Readiness = Motivation × General Capacity and Intervention-Specific Capacity) heuristic, examines some of the policy implications of readiness, and identifies directions for future research.
Policy Brief

Screening for Domestic Violence in Health Care Settings

July 31, 2013
In light of recent policy changes in support of domestic violence screening in health care settings, this policy brief presents the state of practice and research on this preventive service.