Open to Lincoln staff only
Didactic and experiential training on the Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP) evidence-based practice model. Participants will learn the components of the MAP model and apply it regularly to their own clinical work.
The MAP system was designed to address a concrete problem encountered in modern behavioral healthcare—improving outcomes and quality of care. MAP achieves these aims through structured collaboration, a framework for coordinating individuals and information around key decisions. MAP provides a unifying set of concepts and resources to organize and guide activity across a diverse service array, across levels of care, across populations, and across health care settings.
MAP offers detailed solutions for the following areas:
The MAP direct service model is a powerful collection of resources that organize and coordinate care, focusing on a wide diversity of treatment targets and ages. MAP can help identify and select best fitting evidence-based treatments, but more often it operates more like a treatment design, implementation, and evaluation toolkit. That is, providers, youth, and families can select, build, organize, and implement treatment based on the most up-to-date research evidence and can personalize care by incorporating real-time evidence of practice history and youth outcomes.