Now Available: 378 pages and 500 references of the latest on implementation research and practice.
Implementation practice is in service to assuring the full, effective, and sustained use of innovations in practice to produce socially significant outcomes. Usable Innovations are a key to success when attempting to reach whole populations.
When evidence-based programs are replicated or scaled up, it is critical not only to know whether a program works, but which program elements are essential in making the program successful.
This monograph reports the findings from a review of the science of implementation and identifies what it will take to transmit innovative programs and practices to human services. The monograph also summarizes findings from the review of the research literature on implementation and proposes frameworks for understanding effective implementation processes
This document summarizes a 2003 meeting among developers of evidence-based programs, leaders of various cultural, racial, and ethnic professional associations, and representatives of family associations. This meeting provided an opportunity for mutual understanding and mutual gain as well as an opportunity to integrate EBP developer, practitioner and community paths.
This document summarizes a meeting of diverse stakeholders to address the applicability and appropriateness of EBPs for children and adolescents of different cultures, as well as to increase the capacity of systems to develop and implement culturally relevant approaches.
This sample fidelity assessment is part of the overall evaluation of Family Specialists in a 'Teaching-Family' program.