Applying prevention science to policy and practice around the world
Mon, Dec 13|
APSI - Foundations for Prevention Science and Practice Courses - Missouri
The APSI Foundation courses provide a training opportunity for prevention coordinators, program managers/supervisors, frontline implementers and students/trainees that are involved in planning for and implementing community prevention interventions and/or policies.
Time & Location
Dec 13, 2021, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST
About the Event
Course 1: Building the Evidence-based Framework for Prevention Practice
This course provides an overview of the science that underlies evidence-based prevention interventions and strategies, and the application of these effective approaches in prevention practice (30 hours).
Course Learning Objectives
· Describe the application of prevention science to prevention practice and to evidence-based prevention interventions
· Summarize and apply rules of ethics to professional behavior in prevention programming.
· Review the professional knowledge, competencies and skills needed to select and implement evidence-based prevention interventions and policies
· Discuss the Implementation Cycle and identify the implementation steps in each phase
Module 1 - Part 1 - Global Impact of Substance Use Part 2 - Physiology and Pharmacology for Prevention Professionals
Module 2 - Prevention Science and Its Application to Evidence-Based Prevention Interventions
Module 3 - Critical Theories for Evidence-Based Prevention Interventions and Policies
Module 4 – Exploring Evidence-Based Prevention Interventions and Policies
Module 5 - Trained Prevention Professionals: Competencies and Skills Module 6 - Ethics for Prevention Professionals
Module 7 - Application to Your Prevention Work