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Training for Clinicians Who Work with Migrant Workers

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Remote Training in Evidence-based Practices for Clinicians Who Work With Migrant Workers

This study will compare training as usual to automated training using an intelligent tutoring system in training bachelors (BA) level social workers in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). The purpose of the study is to determine if time and cost of training front line clinicians in evidence-based treatments can be shortened, and if this new training model can reduce the need for clinicians to seek advice from experts.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
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Behavioral - ITS based training

Training using computerized adaptive training in addition to role play

Behavioral - Traditional Training

Training using didactics and role plays

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Remote Training in Evidence-based Practices for Clinicians Who Work With Migrant Workers

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NCT03515226

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