The Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice (EBBP) project
creates training resources to help bridge the gap between behavioral health research and practice. Professionals from the major health disciplines are collaborating to learn, teach, and implement EBBP.

Two new online training modules are now available!

Stakeholder Dialogue about Evidence-Based Practice: This module provides learners with didactic content and examples of community-based research, practice-based research, and community-based participatory research, as well as 60-90 second video clips of interviews with academic, practitioner, and community stakeholders about evidence-based practice.

Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices: Learners will use two real-world case examples to understand and practice implementing evidence-based practices.

Seven other training modules are also available: The EBBP Process, Searching for Evidence, Introduction to Systematic Reviews, Critical Appraisal, Randomized Controlled Trials, Shared Decision-Making with Individual Clients, and Collaborative Decision-Making with Communities. Select modules are available for continuing education credits for psychologists, physicians, nurses, and social workers.

Visit the EBBP Training Portal to launch the modules today!