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Implementing and Evaluating Virtual Treatment

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Let's Talk - A Professional Development Webinar Series

For many addiction treatment centers including Hazelden Betty Ford, the COVID-19 pandemic hastened the transition to providing virtual care. Join research scientists Quyen Ngo, PhD, and Kate Gliske, PhD, to learn about the implementation science used to guide Hazelden Betty Ford’s transition. The two research scientists will discuss essential program characteristics for successfully launching online addiction care and examine the critical role of program evaluation to both enhance services and gauge the efficacy of treatment—whether delivered in-person or virtually.

Objectives
- Define an implementation science framework for transitioning to virtual treatment services
- Gain insight, skill and advanced knowledge on implementing, enhancing and evaluating virtual services
- Recognize how to improve outcomes across virtual delivery formats

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A certificate of completion will be awarded for attending this event. Please note, this event has not been approved for continuing education (CE) credit. The participant is responsible to verify if this activity meets their continuing education board requirements in order to gain credit.

Presenters: 
Quyen Ngo and Kate Gliske

Quyen Ngo
Executive Director Butler Center for Research
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Dr. Quyen Ngo leads research activities at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation as the executive director of the Butler Center for Research. She earned her PhD in clinical psychology and women's studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where she also completed a post-doctoral research fellowship. Over the past eight years, Dr. Ngo has conducted grant-funded research on the role of substance use in intimate partner violence and technology-enhanced brief interventions for substance use disorders.

Kate Gliske
Research Scientist
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Kate Gliske, PhD, is a research scientist with the Butler Center for Research, part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Dr. Gliske holds a masters in counseling psychology and a doctorate in family social science, where she was additionally trained as a prevention scientist. She has worked on a wide variety of research projects over the last 15 years. Her research interests include studying the benefits of preventive parenting programs for families undergoing stress and the implementation and dissemination of evidence-based practices for addiction that target the entire family system.

RSVP Required
Date & Time: 
Wednesday, December 2, 2020 1:30 pm
Cost: 
Free
Location: 
Virtual

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