Adaptive School-based Implementation of CBT (ASIC): clustered-SMART for building an optimized adaptive implementation intervention to improve uptake of mental health interventions in schools

Compares the effectiveness of a school-level adaptive implementation intervention involving Replicating Effective Programs (REP), coaching, and facilitation versus REP alone on the frequency of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) delivered to students by school professionals (SPs) and student mental health outcomes. Secondary and exploratory aims examine cost-effectiveness, moderators, and mechanisms of implementation strategies.

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