Instructional effectiveness of video curriculum content delivery in a university graduate level autism class
The impact of online scenario-based training on direct support professionals’ implementation of safe eating and drinking practices with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Using interactive scenario-based mobile training to increase employee awareness of heart disease prevention
Examining knowledge and empowerment in parents of children with autism spectrum disorder
The impact of face-to-face vs blended learning on staff knowledge and training costs
Impact of online training videos on the implementation of mand training by three elementary school paraprofessionals
A preliminary program description of the montana autism education project
Does Scientific Research on Medication Effectiveness Have an Impact on Physician Prescribing Practices?
An analysis of data from a large Midwestern state.
This study examines the healthcare cost outcomes from an automated educational intervention delivered by Care Management Technologies (CMT) to the State of Missouri in 2003.
Premature death and disease among the mentally ill population are largely due to preventable conditions. One way Missouri addresses this problem by focusing on integrated care.
Disease management programs that target educating physicians and pharmacists may be effective at improving health and cost outcomes in a population of Medicaid patients.