ImpleNet: Spring 2017

Date Published: 
06/05/2017

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News, Notes and Discussion from the
National Implementation Research Network

Spring 2017


FEATURE

 
 

New NIRN Brief on Supporting Implementation in Rural Communities

A new white paper from NIRN's Laura Louison and Oscar Fleming explores how funders and program developers can partner with rural communities to achieve improved outcomes for individuals and families.

View/Download: Context Matters: Recommendations for Funders & Program Developers Supporting Implementation in Rural Communities (PDF)


Laura
Louison

Oscar
Fleming

 

 


BUILDING CAPACITY
 

New Implementation Measures and Capacity Assessment Briefs Available

A vexing problem in implementation practice and science is the interaction among key implementation factors.  If implementation drivers are essential for consistent high fidelity use of an intervention and reliable and sustained outcomes, then where do the implementation drivers come from?  NIRN continues to develop, use and improve implementation capacity assessments for various levels in a system.  For the latest information and availability of NIRN capacity assessments see the link below.

Read More: (NIRN) Implementation Measures (HTML)

 
 

 

 


TOOLS & RESOURCES
 

What’s New on The Active Implementation Hub

 
 

“Drivers Ed”
This short series of lessons provides a quick booster on each individual Implementation Driver, then an opportunity to practice and apply the driver concepts.

 

GLOBAL UPDATES
 

Look for us at the Global Implementation Conference (GIC) this month in Toronto

 
 

Here is a listing of  presentations by NIRN at the  2017 Global Implementation Conference coming up in Toronto, June 20th and 21st.

June 20th: Main Conference Day 1

10:30am – 12:00pm


Workshops (1.5 hours)

International Perspectives on Delivering Implementation Support - What Have We Learned in the USA, Ireland and Internationally?
Katie Burke, Centre for Effective Services
Allison Metz, National Implementation Research Network

Brief Presentation Series
Series Topic: Systems, Partner, or Community Engagement

Social Justice Meets Implementation Science: Using Best Evidence and Implementation Strategies to Promote Voter Registration and Turn Out
Karen Blase, National Implementation Research Network, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Kate Fellman, You Can Vote, People’s Alliance Fund, Durham, NC

Multi-Level Stakeholder Engagement for Systems Design
Melanie Maltry and Leah Bartley
National Implementation Research Network


1:30pm – 3:30pm

Workshops (1.5 hours)

Using Implementation Teams to Build Capacity in Complex Systems: A Workshop for Practitioners
Laura Louison, Leah Bartley and Melanie Maltry

National Implementation Research Network, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, UNC Chapel Hill

Brief Presentation Series
Series Topic: Measurement Systems and Rapid Results

Planning and Supporting Collaborative Implementation Initiatives: Using System Support Mapping to Coordinate Action
Kristen Hassmiller Lich, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and National Maternal and Child Health Workforce Development Center
Oscar Fleming and Dorothy Cilenti, National Implementation Research Network, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Series Topic: Measurement Systems and Rapid Results

Planning and Supporting Collaborative Implementation Initiatives: Using System Support Mapping to Coordinate Action
Kristen Hassmiller Lich, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and National Maternal and Child Health Workforce Development Center
Oscar Fleming and Dorothy Cilenti, National Implementation Research Network, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

June 21th: Main Conference Day 2

10:30am – 12:00pm

Workshops (1.5 hours)

Increasing the Effectiveness and Agility of Intermediary Organizations to Support Implementation: Reflections from the National Implementation Research Network
Allison Metz, Caryn Ward and Laura Louison
National Implementation Research Network

Navigating Across Cascade in Systems: Data-based Lessons
Dale Cusumano, Angela Preston and Kathleen Ryan Jackson
National Implementation Research Network (NIRN)

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Use of Tools and Frameworks in Applied Implementation Practice

Who Does the How? Exploring the Evidence for Implementation Teams Supporting Complex System Change
W. Oscar Fleming, National Implementation Research Network, FPG Child Development Institute, UNC at Chapel Hill

12:00 – 12:30PM

Poster Presentations

Applying the Usable Innovation Framework to Identify Best Practices in Pharmacy
Carrie Blanchard, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy; Caryn Ward, National Implementation Research Network at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Todd Sorensen, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, Minneapolis, MN; Mary Roth McClurg, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy 

12:30 – 1:00PM

Poster Presentations

Measuring and Improving Implementation Infrastructure: Lessons from the Application of the Drivers Best Practice Assessment in Diverse Systems
William Oscar Fleming, Laura Louison and Caryn Ward, National Implementation Research Network, FPG Child Development Institute, UNC Chapel Hill 

1:30 – 3:00PM

Workshop (1.5 hours)

Adaptation, Optimization, and Causal Thinking: Toward a Research Agenda for Agile Implementation Frameworks
Kirsten Kainz, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Allison Metz, National Implementation Research Network, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



More Info: GIC 2017 Website (HTML)

 



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