NREPPNational Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (US DHHS)
NREPPNational Registry of Effective Prevention Programs
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The partnership carefully considered the characteristics of effective programs, alignment with school counseling standards of practice, and the violence prevention options on NREPP (interventions in the registry met minimum requirements and outcomes were independently assessed).
Basing the decision on our background research with NREPP, we followed the Addiction Technology Transfer Centers' (ATTCs') The Change Book: A Blueprint for Change (1) to guide us through the process.
"All interventions in the registry have met NREPP's minimum requirements for review and have been independently assessed and rated for Quality of Research and Readiness for Dissemination." Id.
Al igual que en NREPP, cualquiera puede proponer un programa, que sera revisado por un panel de expertos que garantiza que el programa cuenta con apoyo cientifico.
An advanced search of the SAMHSA NREPP (SAMHSA, 2010) yielded one program that encompassed the concepts of effectiveness, efficiency, and equality resulting in a prevention approach tailored to the needs of a rural community.
The Indian Self Determination Act of 1974 and the subsequent amendments determined that Indian Health organizations have the fight to develop and implement programs and practices that they feel best meets the needs of their AI/AN communities Then why are AI/AN organizations forced implement cultural adaptations to EBPs validated by NREPP, particularly when there is community-based and practice-based evidence that shows traditional practices inspire less resistance and are more successful in treating this population?
2001) and dialectical behavioral therapy (Linehan, 1993) are considered to be evidence-based (NREPP, 2007; SAMHSA, 2007).
Studies reported in the NREPP database indicate that the intervention has led to significant decreases in child-reported anxiety symptoms and significant increases in children's coping ability.
The National Registry of Effective Programs and Practices (NREPP) lists several of these approaches and rates them in terms of their strength of evidence and readiness to be adopted in the workplace.
To identify evidence-based interventions, SAMHSA uses the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).