Like many in this time of restricted travel, remote learning and working from home, the NIRN team is paying more attention than ever to using virtual meetings effectively. It's not easy to do, particularly in a time of uncertainty when many other things are drawing our attention. Check out... Read more
Beadsie Woo, at The Annie E. Casey Foundation; Kim DuMont, at The William T. Grant Foundation; and Allison Metz, at the National Implementation Research Network have co-authored a new blog on what equitable implementation means. Check it out here!
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” Such a simple quote by Peter Drucker, but at the same time powerful and so very true. I recently received personal nutrition coaching and dreaded the weekly stepping on the scale and monthly measurements, but I realized quickly that without these I wouldn’t... Read more
Have you ever been part of an organization that was about to start using a new practice, or part of a team trying to figure out why the results of using a practice or program weren’t as expected? It can be hard to know where to start and difficult to figure out where to focus your efforts. An assessment of your current supports and... Read more
Welcome to the new online home of the National Implementation Research Network! We have redesigned our website to better showcase our work and make our tools and resources more accessible.
Our old website made it challenging to find the latest news and updates or check out our diverse portfolio of projects. Plus, it was hard to view it... Read more
Implementation science includes research and practice. Implementation research seeks to understand the approaches that work best to translate research to the real world. Implementation practice seeks to apply and adapt these approaches in different context settings to achieve outcomes.
A fundamental goal of implementation science is to... Read more