Research-Tested Interventions

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Studies demonstrating positive findings that have been published in peer-reviewed journals can help other researchers, practitioners, and consumers identify quality interventions.

However, not all studies carry equal weight, and in an age of information overload, knowledge can be difficult to navigate and apply.

JBA reviews and summarizes published studies and implementation support materials to determine whether interventions meet established criteria for evidence and dissemination readiness. We also search the literature for possible additions and provide technical assistance to developers interested in submitting their interventions for review.