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Journal of Public Health Dentistry
(First paragraph) In relatively few pages (1), Professor Borelli provides a cogent overview of one of the vexing issues in assessing whether public health interventions “work.” The comprehensiveness of the presentation, covering issues ranging from treatment development through outcome evaluation, makes the article a valuable resource for practitioners and students in a variety of disciplines. Of particular value is the detailed template listing fidelity assessment strategies at the Treatment Design, Provider Training, Treatment Delivery, Treatment Receipt, and Treatment Enactment Stages.
Original Publication Citation
Neff, J. A. (2011). Maximizing treatment fidelity in public health clinical trials. Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 71, S66-S66. doi:10.1111/j.1752-7325.2011.00226.x
Neff, James Alan, "Maximizing Treatment Fidelity in Public Health Clinical Trials" (2011). Community & Environmental Health Faculty Publications. 49.