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Assessing Fidelity of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Rural VA Clinics: Design of a Randomized Implementation Effectiveness (Hybrid Type III) Trial

Description
Reports on a study to redesign the CALM (coordinated anxiety learning and management) tool for cognitive behavioral therapy to meet the needs of mental health clinicians working in Veteran Affairs (VA) community-based outpatient clinics (CBOC) treating rural veterans. Also assesses the best method for future implementation of the CALM tool among mental health providers in rural VA CBOCs.
Author(s)
Michael A. Cucciare, Geoffrey M. Curran, Michelle G. Craske, et al.
Citation
Implementation Science, 11(65)
Date
05/2016
Type
Document
Tagged as
Behavioral health · Behavioral health workforce · Statistics and data · Veterans