Danny Singley, Ph.D. Director of Curriculum Development and Research Essential Learning Carol Hurst, Ph.D., LCSW Clinical Quality Enhancement Instructor and Coach Corporate University of Providence Providence Service Corporation. Basing Practices on Your Own Evidence: Elevate Your Data.
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Director of Curriculum Development and Research
Carol Hurst, Ph.D., LCSW
Clinical Quality Enhancement Instructor and CoachCorporate University of ProvidenceProvidence Service Corporation
Basing Practices on Your Own Evidence:
Elevate Your Data
Early Research Findings (1994-2006)
DoE’s (2009) Meta-Analysis – 51 studies
Addressed how learners 159 Providence clinicians benefited from taking the same five module course -Making Parenting Matter: Coaching Parents on Positive Parenting - in four different conditions:
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