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The Critical Role of Relationships in Implementation Practice and Evidence Use

Training
UNC Institute on Implementation Science

The Critical Role of Relationships in Implementation Practice and Evidence Use

December 4, 2020 | 10:00am to 12:00pm
Virtual

Organized by:  

National Implementation Research Network & Jordan Institute for Families

Objectives: Discuss new research findings on the role of trusting relationships in supporting evidence use, identify areas for future research in implementation practice, and introduce a new international practice guide: A practice guide to supporting implementation – What competencies do we need?

Speakers:

  • Bianca Albers, Chair of the European Implementation Collaborative
  • Katie Burke, Senior Manager, Centre for Effective Services
  • Allison Metz, Director of the National Implementation Research Network and Implementation Division Lead at FPG Child Development Institute
  • Annette Boaz, Professor of Health Care Research, Kingston University and St. George’s University of London
  • Jennifer Boss, Director of the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning, Zero to Three
  • Robert Franks, President and CEO, Judge Baker Children’s Center
  • Kary James, Executive Director, Child Welfare Information Gateway
  • Suzanne Kerns, Research Associate Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Effective Interventions, University of Denver

Cost:  

Free