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Dr. Pamela Buckley (Blueprints PI) gave a talk for A Division for Advancing Prevention & Treatment (ADAPT).

ADAPT assists the National High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) program by implementing and evaluating substance use prevention strategies and providing updates on advances in prevention science.

Titled “Using Evidence-Based Registries to Identify Substance Use Prevention Interventions,” the talk has four learning objectives: (1) Discuss the rationale for, and function of, online registries of effective prevention interventions. (2) Describe how the Blueprints online registry determines effectiveness based on the best available research evidence. (3) Demonstrate how to locate certified and non-certified interventions. (4) Review key considerations to support implementation of certified interventions, such as cost, program materials, and balancing fidelity with adaptation. View the presentation by clicking here and access the webinar resources (including presentation slides, updated resources recommended by Dr. Buckley during her presentation, and information about ADAPT services) by clicking here.


Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development
University of Colorado Boulder
Institute of Behavioral Science
UCB 483, Boulder, CO 80309


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currently funded by Arnold Ventures (formerly the Laura and John Arnold Foundation) and historically has received funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.