Electronically Delivered Implementation Supports to Promote Treatment Fidelity: A Research Synthesis

This session is from the NASP 2022 Annual Convention

  • PMD: 2
  • Skill Level: Introduction

Learner Objectives

This session will help participants…

  1. understand the research-base of electronically-delivered implementation supports to promote an implementer’s treatment fidelity in school settings using single case design methodology
  2. learn how electronically-based implementation supports might be used in future research
  3. apply the use of electronically-based implementation supports in school-based settings


When monitoring and promoting educators’ treatment fidelity, school psychologists might offer implementation support. Often this is done in a face-to-face contact, but several research studies have investigated whether providing the support electronically (via email, video conferencing, etc.) is more efficient and whether to offer the support from a distance. This presentation will review and synthesize single-case design studies that examine electronically delivered implementation supports (EDIS) on school personnel’s treatment fidelity. Research and school-based implications will be discussed.



Gianna M. Famolare, University of Massachusetts - Boston
Lindsay M. Fallon, University of Massachusetts - Boston
Melissa Collier-Meek, University of Massachusetts - Boston
Emily R. DeFouw, Ohio University


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