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By Bonnie J. Leadbeater

Download Resource The field of prevention science has advanced considerably over the past four decades. In 1988, a task force was assembled to identify prevention programs that “work.” Nearly 25 years later, more than 100 evidence-based prevention programs (EBPs) have been established as promising or effective. The success of preventive interventions has catapulted prevention scientists into new roles as implementers of EBPs. Implementation activities range from consulting on the selection of an EBP for a . . .
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