Improving Mental Health Outcomes: Building an Adaptive Implementation Strategy

This SMART is cluster-randomized. Randomization occurs at the clinic level. The aim of the study is to develop an adaptive quality improvement strategy designed to enhance the implementation of an evidence-based mental health intervention. Outcomes are measured at the patient level.

Principal Investigator(s): Amy Kilbourn

Location: University of Michigan

Funding: NIMH Project R01MH099898

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