The FAST Lab
Fidelity, Adaptation, and Sustainability of Treatments Lab at The National Center for PTSD
Principal Investigator: Shannon Wiltsey-Stirman, Ph.D.
The "Fidelity, Adaptation, Sustainability of Treatments" Lab Studies:
- Fidelity: The adherence to prescribed elements of treatment and competence/skill of delivery; How much a clinician follows protocol as it was originally intended
- Adaptation: Changing specific parts of a psychotherapy (changing aspects of the protocol) to better meet the needs of an individual or constraints within the service delivery setting
- Sustainability: The delivery of an intervention over the long term, after original implementation supports are removed, at a level sufficient to yield the intended benefits of that intervention
- Treatment: We focus on Evidence Based Practices and Empirically Supported Treatments
Click here to watch a video about Evidence Based Practice.
Click here to learn about the F.A.S.T. Lab's current research!
Dr. Wiltsey-Stirman Presents at Society for Implementation Research Collaborative (SIRC) in Seattle, WA
Dr. Wiltsey-Stirman presented data from the CPT Pilot Study in Seattle.
Shannon Wiltsey-Stirman discussing the implementation of CBT for depression in routine clinical practice settings and the practical considerations at the University of Monterrey, in Mexico
imAPP is a go!
The F.A.S.T. Lab just recieved Notice of Award for an R01 grant to begin her imAPP study! Click here to learn more!