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National Implementation Research Network

The mission of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) is to contribute to the best practices and science of implementation, organization change, and system reinvention to improve outcomes across the spectrum of human services. NIRN continues to focus much of its efforts on directly building implementation capacity at the federal, state/province, and county levels, as well as with non-governmental partners, such as foundations and purveyors/intermediary organizations of evidence-based programs and practices. Currently, NIRN is engaged in building a better laboratory in which Active Implementation components are in use and available for study. This page highlights current NIRN activity.

Staff

Caryn S. Ward, Director
Allison J. Metz, Faculty Fellow, PI of NIRN Projects
Dale L. Cusumano, Senior Implementation Specialist
Sophia S. Farmer, Implementation Specialist
W. Oscar Fleming, Implementation Specialist
Toniann Glatz, Social Research Assistant
Kathleen Ryan Jackson, Implementation Specialist
Amelia Krysinski, Project Manager
Collin McColskey-Leary, Implementation Specialist
Correy D. Watkins, Implementation Specialist

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