Fourth R Implementation
The primary aims of this CDC funded implementation study are to:
1) Assess initial feasibility, quality, acceptability, engagement, adaptation, and satisfaction with Fourth R,
2) Examine school-, teacher-, and student-level barriers to high-fidelity implementation and correlates of low fidelity to the intervention protocol,
3) Determine sustainability and impact of experience on implementation by assessing changes over the course of the study in fidelity, feasibility, acceptability, satisfaction, and engagement, and
4) Evaluate effects of initial implementation fidelity and change over time on students' changes in attitudes, knowledge, skills, intentions, and behavior related to teen dating violence.
For more information on the Fourth R program, please visit 4R/Prevention and www.youthrelationships.org