Lessons Learned from Implementing Evidence-Based Programs (EBPs) in a Virtual Environment
Join us for a conversation about what has and hasn’t worked with implementing evidence-based programs virtually. Three presenters will share their learnings. Eric Opoku Agyemang will explore what the literature suggest about best practices for virtual mentoring. Blair Brooke-Weiss will summarize recommendations for implementing Guiding Good Choices virtually and lessons from the field. Finally, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez will provide learnings from converting the Stress and Coping Program to an online format. We will also offer opportunities for participants to share their experiences from delivering evidence-based practices in virtual settings.
Date and Times
July 16, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Alaska
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Pacific
12:00 PM – 01:30 PM Mountain
(view in your time zone)
Community and state-level prevention practitioners, allied health partners and community members, and treatment professionals working to prevent substance misuse.
Eric Opoku Agyemang, Leadership Program Director at Puget Sound Sage, and Doctoral Student, School of Social Work, University of Washington.
Blair Brooke-Weiss, Senior Communities That Care Specialist, University of Washington, Center for Communities that Care (CTC).
AnaMaria Diaz Martinez, Human and Family Development Regional Specialist. Washington State University Extension, Youth and Families Program Unit.
Participants will receive a continuing education certificate of 1.5 hours for this live webinar event.
Cost is Free!