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NEW SECTION! 

Prevention Highlights 

In honoring our commitment to bring forward the latest information and knowledge in Prevention Science and it's application to practice, we introduce "Prevention Highlights" where, from time to time we will publish different briefs, papers and other works important to the evolution of evidence-based prevention practice and profession.

We hope you enjoy our first publication: 

STRATEGY FOR PREVENTING OPIOID USE DISORDERS IN COMMUNITIES

 

Developed by: 

Dr. Diana Fishbein - FPG, Child Development Institute and National Prevention Science Coalition (NPSC)

Dr. Zili Sloboda - Applied Prevention Science International Inc (APSI)

Dr. Melissa Clapper-Faith - FPG Child Development Institute 

Dr. Lora Peppard - A Division for Advancing Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT)

Let's talk about Prevention


What is Prevention? 


Defining Prevention Science

What are Evidence-Based Prevention Interventions and Policies? 

Our Community

Organizations, friends and colleagues that work tirelessly to promote and support the implementation of evidence based prevention interventions and the professionalization of the prevention field around the world 

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What Our Scientific Advisors Say

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“Which prevention programs and policies are truly worthy of being considered “evidence-based”? I’ve been thinking about the answer to this challenging question for decades.  The difference between what can – and what should not – be called “evidence-based” is often critical, if we are  to avoid wasting the limited available resources we can expend on prevention.  But that difference is often difficult to discern, and as evidence accumulates  over time the status of a given program and policy may well change.  Sifting through the evidence on a continuing basis, and making recommendations as to what should and should not be implemented, is the job of the entire community involved in the application of prevention science.”

Chris Ringwalt, PhD