Four buttons appear that have the following labels: Significant Positive Behavioral Outcomes, Experimental or Quasi-Experimental Design, Results in a Peer-Reviewed Journal or Comprehensive Evaluation Report, and Materials for Dissemination.
When the user clicks Significant Positive Behavioral Outcomes, the following opens:
Submitters must identify one or more significant positive behavioral outcomes in mental health, mental disorders, substance abuse, or substance use disorders among individuals, communities, or populations. These outcomes must be attributable to the intervention and must be accompanied by statistics noting a significant difference of ≤ .05.
Examples of reviewed outcomes for summaries listed in NREPP include the following:
When the user clicks Experimental or Quasi-Experimental Design, the following opens:
The significant positive behavioral outcomes must have been identified in at least one evaluation study with an experimental or quasi-experimental design. In designs that include a control or comparison group, analysis must include assessment of differences between groups over time.
When the user clicks Results in a Peer-Reviewed Journal or Comprehensive Evaluation Report, the following opens:
The study identifying significant positive behavioral outcomes must have been published in a peer-reviewed journal or other professional publication or documented in a comprehensive evaluation report. A comprehensive evaluation report must include information describing a review of related literature, theoretical framework of the intervention, purpose of the study, methodology, findings/results with statistical analysis and p-values for significant results, discussion, and conclusions. Reports should also include information that relates to the Quality of Research Review criteria.
Common publications submitted for review include the following:
When the user clicks Materials for Dissemination, the following opens:
All required implementation materials, training and support resources, and quality assurance procedures must be developed and ready for use by the public at the time of submission. The intervention being disseminated must match the intervention evaluated in the studies.
Examples of materials satisfying this requirement include the following:
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