The mission of the GII is to advance implementation science, practice, and policy and promote their active application within human services in order to produce demonstrable and socially significant benefits to individuals and society.

No matter how strong the science behind evidence-based interventions is, people and communities cannot benefit from interventions they don't receive or from those that are implemented haphazardly. In order to be effective, evidence-based interventions require sound implementation methods.
 
The GIC

Global Implementation Conference

Join us in 2015 in Europe—details coming soon!

Materials from GIC 2013 are now available.

See pictures from GIC 2013.

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Announcements

Keynote speakers at GIC 2013:

Tony Bates
Headstrong—The National Centre for Youth Mental Health (Ireland)

Sonja Schoenwald
Medical University of South Carolina (United States)