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Table 2 Effects of time and participation in EBP initiatives on clinicians’ use of evidence-based and non-evidence-based psychotherapy techniques

From: A repeated cross-sectional study of clinicians’ use of psychotherapy techniques during 5 years of a system-wide effort to implement evidence-based practices in Philadelphia

  Use of cognitive-behavioral techniques Use of psychodynamic techniques
Model 1A Model 2A Model 1B Model 2B
B [95% CI] B [95% CI] B [95% CI] B [95% CI]
Time .09* [.02–.17] .07 [− .01–.15] .02 [− .06–.10] .02 [− .06–.10]
Cumulative # of EBP initiatives    .09* [.01–.16]    .01 [− .06–.09]
  1. K = 20 organizations, N = 340 clinicians; CBT cognitive behavioral therapy, EBP evidence-based practice. All models control for organization size, clinician attitudes toward evidence-based practice, clinician participation in evidence-based practice initiatives upon study entry (yes/no), clinician education, years of experience, age, gender, and client age
  2. *p < .05; **p < .01; ***p < .001