Given the mounting pressures to contain health care costs and the increasing emphasis on "outcome funding," entities connected to the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders have had to focus on improvements in practice that positively impact client outcomes. Yet there is mounting evidence indicating that much of the scientific knowledge gained from addiction-related research is often not utilized in practice.
So the question becomes, how do we transform what is useful into what is actually used? How do we move technology developed academically into standard professional practice? This iTraining will assist you in answering those questions!