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Let's Discuss! Multi-Level Interventions and Community Impact

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We had a really interesting R2R March cyber-seminar that explored the use of multi-level interventions (MLI) in both clinical and community settings.  The presenters, Dr. Megan Lewis and Dr. Christina Economos, shared some important information about the theoretical underpinnings for MLIs and also discussed the complexity that is required to implement these interventions in practice  -- but proved it can be done!  A great discussion ensued. 

Now it is your turn to share your experience and knowledge...ask a question of the speakers or your fellow R2R members, share how you are using, or planning to use, MLIs in your own settings.  What lessons have you learned that others might benefit from? 

Join us in the discussion! 

If you would like to request a PDF copy of the slides from the seminar, please use the contact us link at the bottom of the page or email researchtoreality@mail.nih.gov.

If you missed the live seminar, the archive will be available approximately one week following the live session.  Watch and then come share your thoughts. You can also access related materials and resources discussed on the seminar on the archive.


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Thanks for organizing a great

Thanks for organizing a great webinar Peyton. On the call someone asked about other types of problems that have been the focus of multi-level interventions. I encourage people to check out a recent award winning paper by Golden and Earp that reviews decades of health behavior intervnetions that used a multi-level approach. The link to the abstract can be found here:


http://heb.sagepub.com/content/40/1/110.full