The Role of Lay Leaders in the Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice
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The Role of Lay Leaders in the Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice

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May 1, 2006

As part of the Administration on Aging's Evidence-Based Disease Prevention Grant Program, four programs have employed lay leaders in the implementation and administration of health promotion and disease prevention programs. The presentation explores successes and challenges to recruiting and training lay leaders, the tension between treatment fidelity and adaptation, and lessons learned.

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