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TACTICS – Targeted Assessment and Context-Tailored Implementation of Change Strategies to increase evidence based psychotherapy in military behavioral health clinics: A cluster-randomized stepped-wedge implementation study

About Despite efforts by the U.S. Department of Defense to train behavioral health (BH) providers in evidence-based psychotherapies (EBPs) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), numerous barriers limit EBP implementation. TACTICS, a context-tailored implementation approach, was tested to improve the implementation of prolonged exposure therapy

PARS AI/AN – Preventing Addiction Related Suicide (PARS): Cultural Tailoring Culturally tailoring a secondary suicide prevention intervention for American Indian and Alaska Native people in substance use treatment

About Substance use treatment programs are ideal places for suicide prevention interventions. People who misuse substances are at elevated risk for suicide compared to the general population. However, most treatment programs do not incorporate suicide prevention, and none have been adapted for American Indian

MHAPPS – Mental Health Among Patients, Providers, and Staff Study

About COVID-19 led to an increase in mental health problems among the general public and healthcare workers. Reasons for this increase include social isolation, anxiety, and stress related to COVID-19.  The Mental Health Among Patients, Providers, and Staff (MHAPPS) study examines anxiety, loneliness, depression,