The purpose of the CARE (Coaching and Asynchronous Remote Training for Evidence-Based Practices) study is to develop and test the effectiveness of a remote training platform with behavioral health staff in schools serving rural communities. This study is a pilot randomized controlled trial to compare implementation and student outcomes of three training strategies.
The goal of this study is to identify and measure anxiety symptoms in children and adolescents with food allergy. We are looking for families of children with IgE-mediated food allergies between 8 and 18 years of age to participate.
The Partnering to Achieve School Success (PASS) Study strives to increase access to services and improve the school success and overall well-being of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Project RISE (Resources and Internal Supports for Evidence-based Practices) aims to compare fidelity, penetration, cost-effectiveness, and student outcomes of mental health interventions across two sustainment models. The study also aims to explore mediators and moderators of consultation support on implementer fidelity.