Evidence, fidelity, and organisational rationales: multiple uses of Motivational Interviewing in a social services agency. Björk, A. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 12(1):53-71.
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In discussions and empirical investigations of the implementation of evidence-based interventions there is often a narrow focus on treatment fidelity. Studying a social services agency trying to incorporate Motivational Interviewing (MI), commonly regarded as evidence-based, this paper problematises a one-sided attention to treatment fidelity by showing how non-fidelity can be constructive from an organisational perspective. While treatment fidelity is one important aspect, it is argued that there might be other rationales to take into account when implementing evidencebased interventions in professional practices."
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