Recovery and Evidence: A New Paradigm
Thursday, January 14, 1:00-2:30pm Eastern
In this webinar Robert E. Drake will present on Recovery and Evidence: A New Paradigm. Major topics will include the history of community mental health, recovery-oriented practices, evidence-based practices and system change. He will address the importance of people with mental health challenges in defining recovery and contrast this with the way professionals, researchers and others have defined it.
He will then describe how evidence-based practices are determined along with examples of key practices. Finally, he will address some of the misconception surrounding evidence-based practices and ways to respond to objections and also take advantage of opportunities to increase their adoption.
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Robert E. Drake, MD, PhD is a Retired Professor at Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and Vice President of Westat Corporation. He is a Consultant at the US Department of Justice in the Civil Rights Division. He is internationally known for his research and policy expertise in the creation and implementation of evidence-based practices with specific emphasis on SupportedEmployment, Assertive Community Treatment and Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Programs. He has authored or co-authored over 650 articles, chapters, books and other publications. He has co-presented with leaders in the peer advocacy movement such as Pat Deegan and others.