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    $0, Free PDFs. | Evidence Matters is an offline version of online news and other stories from the Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University. It is designed for tablets like the iPad and for more traditional methods of distribution.

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Evidence Matters Newsletter (Archive Page)

"Evidence Matters" is a newsletter that highlights online stories from the Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University. It is designed for tablets like the iPad and for more traditional methods of distribution, like printing and mailing. We've resurrected Evidence Matters to give our readers another option. We still publish our stories primarily online as web pages. Evidence Matters was originally created to replace two publications from our Ohio Coordinating Center of Excellence (CCOE) initiatives. An archive of each is available on this website:

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October 2016

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In this issue:

  • Ohio Expands Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) with Training Series, Learning Communities from Center for EBPs
  • ACT Events (November 2016 to March 2017)
  • ACT Daily Team Meeting
  • ACT-IDDT Integration
  • ACT Resources & Tools

November 2013

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In this issue:

  • Ohio Invests in Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) to Reduce Homelessness, Hospitalization for People with Severe Mental Illness
  • Decrease of High-Cost Services
  • ACT-IDDT Integration
  • Outcomes in Franklin County, Ohio
  • Q&A with Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS)

October 2012

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In this issue:

  • Employment reaches 36 percent for people withmental illness in Ohio
  • Ohio SE/IPS outcomes 2011, at-a-glance
  • National connection

September 2012

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In this issue: Health Homes

  • Improving Health | New Implementation Tool Helps Make Integrated Primary and Behavioral Healthcare Programs a Reality for People with Severe Mental Illness (p1)
  • Integrated Treatment Tool (p3)
  • Ohio Health Homes (p4)
  • Healthcare Home at Shawnee (p6)
  • Q & A | Perspectives from Portsmouth (p8)
  • National Health Report for SMI (p10)
  • Cognitive Impairments and Primary Health (p11)
  • SAMHSA Grants & News Release (p11)
  • Share the News | About Us | Staff Box (p12)

December 2011

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In this issue:

  • Southeast Center in North Dakota Achieves Significant Outcomes, Honored as Champion of Integrated Treatment 
  • IDDT Outcomes in North Dakota
  • IDDT Data from the State
  • Q&A with State of North Dakota Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

Spring 2009, v1, n1

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In this issue:

  • A Point of Pride | John Moneypenny draws upon a strong work ethic to advance his recovery (pg 1)
  • Magical Metroparks | Employer, employee team-up with onsite job coaching (pg 1)
  • New fidelity scale for Supported Employment (pg 2)
  • State hospitals explore using Supported Employment (pg 2)
  • On the Map, an update of Supported Employment initiatives around Ohio (pag 2-3)
  • National news | Social Work Today magazine features Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment, Ohio SAMI CCOE (pg 4)
  • The Winds of Change | Ohio SAMI CCOE/ IDDT Conference 2008 in-reivew (pg 4)
  • On the Map, an update of Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment initiatives around Ohio (pag 4-5)
  • Refreshing the Heart | Service provider Darnella Allen shares insights from her initiation to the Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment model (pg 5)
  • Drake Time | An audio-podcast conversation with Bob Drake, co-creator of IDDT (pg 5)
  • Tobacco recovery initiative makes progress in Ohio (pg 6)
  • Podcast conversations with Carlo DiClemente, co-creator of stages of change; Dianne Asher of the University of Kansas; and Jonas Thom of the Ohio ACT Center (pg 6)
  • Motivational Interviewing | Improving practice through supervision (pg 7)
  • Benefits Planning | A little know-how helps a lot (pg 7)

 


CITATION

Title: Evidence Matters Newsletter (Archive Page)
Author(s): Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University
Publication Year: 2009, 2012, 2013, 2016
Publisher City: Cleveland, Ohio
Publisher Name: Center for Evidence-Based Practices, Case Western Reserve University

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