The panellists will discuss the importance of measurement and data in implementation practice, and the inherent challenges, as well as the successful strategies to overcome them.
The two teams will showcase the vital role of implementation teams in making implementation of evidence-based models and innovation effective.
The panellists, with contrasting and complementary knowledge, experience, and insights, discuss the inherent challenges of policy implementation.
This session will share lessons learned, data, tools and resources from 15 years of implementation and scale-up of evidence-based models and evidence-informed service delivery to improve outcomes for children and families.
What have we learned about effectively building local implementation capacity to guide and sustain complex improvements?
The session will describe the processes established to address the identified problem and to improve outcomes for young people.
Considering together areas of significant confidence or consensus about approaches to implementation research.
GIC 2017 was held in Toronto, Canada and focused on Expanding Implementation Perspectives: Engaging Systems.