Implementation Support Practitioner Resources

The purpose of Implementation Support Practitioner (ISP) lessons is to develop a conceptual understanding of the skills and competencies needed by Implementation Support Practitioners — and apply them to practice. These lessons facilitate deeper learning for professionals who support effective implementation and scaling of evidence-informed practices, programs, and policies to improve outcomes for people, communities, and organizations/agencies.

For the Implementation Support Practitioner Profile and Practice Guidelines: https://nirn.fpg.unc.edu/implementation-practice

The ISP lessons are interactive online short courses. Each lesson includes content, practice, and assessment components and lasts between 30 minutes to one hour. As lessons are added, the online learning will cover the following domains and core competencies of successful Implementation Support Practitioners.

 


Lessons & Resources

Cultivating Leadership

After completing this lesson on Cultivating Leaders/Champions and the companion resources, you will be able to explain importance of leadership to implementation efforts, identify key implementation champion activities, and utilize the Champion Engagement Tool to identify and cultivate champions.

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