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Adapting Evidence-based Practices for Under-resourced Populations

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This guide focuses on research supporting adaptations of evidence-based practices (EBPs) for under-resourced populations. Adaptations involve tailoring care, programs, and services to the cultural, social, gender, and demographic contexts of the people served to yield positive outcomes.

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PEP22-06-02-004
Publication Date
September 2022

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