Practice Profiles: A Process for Capturing Evidence and Operationalizing Innovations

Allison Metz
The purpose of this piece is to provide the research and rationales behind Practice Profiles. To achieve outcomes and develop effective implementation supports, innovations need to be “teachable, learnable, doable, and assessable.” Practice Profile methodology facilitates the development of innovations and their necessary infrastructure. Specific training on NIRN’s Practice Profile methodology can be found on the Active Implementation Hub.

Metz, A. (2016). Practice Profiles: A Process for Capturing Evidence and Operationalizing Innovations. Chapel Hill, NC: National Implementation Research Network, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.