Implementation Science Training
Sept. 23, Oct. 7 & 21, and Nov. 4 & 18, 2021
8:30am–11:30am | online via Zoom
Too frequently, attempts to implement high quality services, supports, and initiatives fail because implementation structures and systems that are necessary for real change on the ground were not in place or supported over time. Understanding the key elements of implementation science and how to activate proven implementation strategies helps agencies and schools to more effectively select, implement, and sustain a new practice or initiative.
This training will provide teams with the tools they need to apply a systematic approach to a real project, using proven principles and features of implementation science. Teams will engage in modularized training and have opportunities to work together with the tools as they learn how to:
- Accurately assess the needs of their population, and choose the best practice or approach based on a systematic analysis of fit, feasibility, and sustainability.
- Articulate the key features of the practice or initiative so their providers and other stakeholders have clear direction about what and how to implement.
- Form and sustain a high functioning, diverse team of stakeholders.
- Carefully address the stages of implementation to properly prepare providers and other stakeholders.
- Build data into all phases and functions of their project so that they have the information they need to stay on track and improve implementation.
This training is for teams of 3+ individuals who are working together to implement a new or examine an existing project or practice. Participants should have basic knowledge of the purpose of implementation science and have intentionally chosen this training because it meets their needs and because they have a specific project to work with.
JoAnne Malloy, Ph.D. and Kathy Francoeur, M.Ed.
UNH Institute on Disability
Date & Time
- $600/pp for teams of 3-6
- $500/pp for teams of 7+