Evidence-based Practices (EBPs)
Over the years, there has been an increasing focus on implementing “evidence-based” practices and programs, which is a beneficial for the field of public health, but has become a source of concern for many injury prevention and public health practitioners. The current reality is that while resources for injury prevention have always been tight, they are getting even tighter. Consequently, without the necessary funding, it can be difficult to implement these programs with fidelity. However, given the increasing focus on accountability and the need to demonstrate measurable outcomes, implementing programs that are grounded in evidence has become more important than ever.
Webinar 1: Finding the Evidence
Webinar 2: Implementing evidence-based programs
Webinar 3:When your program lacks an evidence-base