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Year : 2014  |  Volume : 12  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 289-291

Don’t fault RCTs for not testing systems of care

Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the program in Applied Psychological Methods at Fordham University, New York. His academic work focuses on psychosocial assessment and care for displaced populations across multiple stagesof migration, on culture, stress and trauma, and on mental health services research

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Among Mundt and colleagues’ (2014) criticisms of NET is that testing a particular intervention implies that it is meant to be delivered irrespective of systems of care. But trauma-focused treatments should be judged based on the specific problems they target; larger sets of problems are the purview of health systems research.

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