ImpleNet: Summer 2013

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News, Notes and Discussion from the
National Implementation Research Network

Summer 2013


NIRN Announces New Co-Directors

FPG Senior Scientists Karen Blase and Dean Fixsen would like to announce the appointment of Allison Metz and Melissa Van Dyke as Co-Directors of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) effective June 1, 2013. Allison and Melissa will assume responsibility for the expansion of the work of the NIRN while Karen and Dean move to emeritus status over the next few years.

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Drivers Ed: New resources for teaching and training on Implementation Drivers

Implementation Drivers are key components of capacity and infrastructure that influence a program’s success.  Here are three new, free resources for use with in your implementation science teaching and learning.

Active Implementation Hub Module 2: Implementation Drivers

In this online module, learners learn to identify the three types of Active Implementation Drivers and their components, understand the key functions of Drivers, and describe how Drivers are integrated and compensatory.  The module is free and available online with no registration for you and your learners.

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Implementation Drivers: Assessing Best Practices

This newly revised assessment tool can be used by Implementation Teams during any Implementation Stage of an innovation.  The assessment asks respondents to rate implementation supports currently in place, based on their experiences.

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Drivers Worksheet
Strategic Analysis of Implementation Drivers Worksheet

This planning tool can be used by Implementation Teams to begin exploring the three Active Implementation Drivers: competency, organizational and leadership. The tool assists teams in determining the function of each Driver as well as identifying who is accountable for each and how each can be improved to better support implementation.

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Global Implementation Conference

The agenda for the 2013 Global Implementation Conference (GIC) has been posted online. The conference will be held August 19th – 21st in Washington D.C.  The GIC provides an opportunity for those engaged in supporting, promoting, or evaluating quality implementation in all health, human service, and education systems to gather to further the field of implementation science.

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The official hashtag for this year’s GIC is: #GIC2013


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