Measurement of Quality of Implementation of Prevention Programs
A Special Issue of the journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 11, Number 2, 2000
Contents: J.E. Zins, M.J. Elias, M.T. Greenberg, M.K. Pruett, Special Issue: Measurement of Quality of Implementation of Prevention Programs. J.E. Zins, M.J. Elias, M.T. Greenberg, M.K. Pruett, Promoting Quality Implementation in Prevention Programs. A.L. Solarz, Community Psychology: Partners in Prevention Program Implementation. K. Everhart, A. Wandersman, Applying Comprehensive Quality Programming and Empowerment Evaluation to Reduce Implementation Barriers. C. Domitrovich, M.T. Greenberg, The Study of Implementation: Current Findings from Effective Programs that Prevent Mental Disorders for School-Aged Children. A.L. Meyer, R. Nicholson, S. Danish, E. Fries, V. Polk, A Model to Measure Program Integrity of Peer-Led Health Promotion Programs in Rural Middle Schools: Assessing the Implementation of Goals for Health. M. Elias, L. Bruene-Butler, L. Blum, T. Schuyler, Voices From the Field: Identifying and Overcoming Roadblocks to Carrying Out Programs in Social and Emotional Learning/Emotional Intelligence. D.G. Unger, E.A. Park, P. Antal, P.A. Tressell, K. Rigney, K. DeRasmo, J. Kassess, Serving Children With Special Social and Emotional Needs. A Practical Approach to Evaluating Prevention Programs in Schools and Communty Settings.