Collaborating to Deliver Evidence-Based Practice
For a full description of Project ICI-NY go to the Project ICI website.
Based in New York City, Project ICI is a longitudinal study examining changes in interprofessional collaboration among New York City health and social service agencies. Research suggests that collaboration across service agencies and among diverse practitioners can help improve services and health outcomes for clients. Therefore, the purpose of Project ICI is to study practitioner’s implementation/delivery of Evidence-Based HIV Prevention Practices (EBPs) in order to identify how collaboration can help overcome barriers to service implementation and delivery. The study includes 36 New York City agencies. We collected baseline data from 379 and will collect 12- and 24-months follow-up data from approximately 250 participants.