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Welcome to our resource library! Here you can find tools and resources related to general implementation support and past Bree report topics. View the tabs on the side bar to access the material.

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Identifying an Intervention


Identifying a Gap

Choosing an Intervention

Developing an Intervention Overview




1. Buhay, R. (2021). Bridging the “Know-Do Gap” in Research [Photograph].

Types of Evidence1,2

  • Evidence: Refers to data resulting from scientific controlled trials and research, expert or user consensus, evaluation, or anecdotal information.
  • Evidence-Based Practices: Practices that integrate the best research evidence with clinical expertise and patient values.
  • Practice-Based Evidence: A range of treatment approaches and supports that are derived from, and supportive of, the positive cultural of the local society and traditions.
  • Best practices: Most often is used to describe guidelines or practices driven more by clinical wisdom, guild organizations, or other consensus approaches that do not necessarily include systematic use of available research evidence.
  • Promising Practices: Clinical practices for which there is considerable evidence or expert consensus and which show promise in improving client outcomes, but which are not yet proven by the highest or strongest scientific evidence.

Resources for EBP

How to

Engaging with the Community


  2. Bartgis, J., & Bigfoot, D. (2010) full article published in the National Indian Health Board Edition, Healthy Indian Country Initiative Promising Prevention Practices Resource Guide. Accessed May 3, 2023.

How to create a Fish bone Diagram

SMARTIE Criteria

Aim Statement Information 

Bree Collaborative Aim Statement Worksheet

Goals and Objectives

Sustaining Change Resources