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Next, we go over the rating criteria that have been developed by SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) as a starting point for understanding quality. If you are interested in having your program reviewed and included in NREPP, you need to be aware of what these criteria measure, as well as what minimum requirements you will need to meet in order to be considered for an NREPP review. If you understand how to achieve high ratings for each criterion, you can build quality into your study and maximize your potential for a positive review. Even if you do not intend to submit your program to NREPP, taking deliberate steps to meet these quality standards can help validate and support the evidence you generate through your study.

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