Session 7: CP1 -> Research on Family-Oriented Prevention
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Champagne
Session Chair: Denise C. Gottfredson, University of Maryland at College Park
The Strengthening Washington D.C. Families Project: Description and Process Evaluation
by: Denise C. Gottfredson, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Karol Kumpfer, University of Utah
Duren Banks, University of Maryland at College Park
Danielle M. Polizzi, University of Maryland at College Park
Veronica Puryear, University of Maryland at College Park
Jamie Middleton, University of Maryland at College Park
David B. Wilson, University of Maryland at College Park
The Strengthening Washington D.C. Families Project: Early Outcome Results From a Randomized Clinical Trial
by: Karol Kumpfer, University of Utah (Corresponding)
Denise C. Gottfredson, University of Maryland at College Park
Duren Banks, University of Maryland at College Park
Danielle M. Polizzi, University of Maryland at College Park
Veronica Puryear, University of Maryland at College Park
Jamie Middleton, University of Maryland at College Park
David B. Wilson, University of Maryland at College Park
Implementing a Family Skills Training Program in Out-Patient Substance Abuse Treatment: The Philadelphia Strengthening Families ProjecP
by: Marjorie A. Gutman, PhD Treatment Research Institute (Corresponding)
Robert D. Ketterlinus, Treatment Research Institute
Macy Guiont, Treatment Research Institute
A.T. McLellan, Treatment Research Institute
Karol Kaltenbach, Thomas Jefferson Univ. Medical College
Leslie Blue, Treatment Research Institute
Addressing Family-Focused Prevention Implementation Issues Through Partnership-Based Prevention Trials
by: Richard Spoth, Iowa State University (Corresponding)
Cleve Redmond, Iowa State University
Discussants:
Richard F. Catalano, University of Washington

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