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Muscott Director, New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports, The Southeastern Regional Education Service Center, Bedford, N.
Mascolini: Do your meta-analyses (25,30-32) suggest differences in effective behavioral interventions for MSM versus black heterosexuals versus Hispanic heterosexuals versus IDUs?
The diffusion of effective behavioral interventions project: Development, implementation, and lessons learned.
Incorporating an understanding of these factors into handwashing training could enable development of effective behavioral interventions to encourage handwashing.
The most effective behavioral interventions and treatments for working with client's diagnosed with Trichotillomania are discussed.
Limitations are common in educator knowledge of (a) specific curricular and instructional accommodations (Baker & Zigmond, 1991; Brown, Gable, Hendrickson, & Algozzine, 1991; Wilson, Gutkin, Hagen, & Oats, 1998), (b) effective behavioral interventions (Elliott, 1988; Gunter & Denny, 1996), and (c) how to match an individual student's needs with intervention strategies.
Construyendo Juntos" will address topics such as AIDS-related stigma; working with faith-based organizations; organizational development, emerging research for Latino MSM; National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD); adapting Effective Behavioral Intervention for Latino MSM; multi-racial identity for Latino MSM, among others; and thus together build a solid Latino MSM network in collaboration with other communities of color to fill the gaps and address the needs of the Latino Gay, Bisexual, MSM community in New York State.
Accordingly, PBS researchers have sought to change social systems to scale-up effective behavioral interventions.