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The Role of Context in Implementation of Evidence-Informed Programs and Practices

Training
UNC Institute on Implementation Science

The Role of Context in Implementation of Evidence-Informed Programs and Practices

November 17, 2020 | 10:30am to 12:00pm
Virtual

Organized by:  

National Implementation Research Network & Jordan Institute for Families

Objectives: Provide a live demonstration of Scotland’s digital resource, Early Intervention Framework for Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing, designed to support service providers in making fully informed decisions about interventions that are implementable and sustainable for their specific context; Discuss integration of racial equity considerations into the Hexagon Tool and Discussion Guide, an assessment of contextual fit and feasibility developed by the National Implementation Research Network

Speakers:

  • Marita Brack, Head of Programme, NHS Education for Scotland
  • Judy Thomson, Director of Psychology, NHS Education for Scotland
  • Laura Louison, Associate Director of the National Implementation Research Network

Cost:  

Free