Innovation and Implementation

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If you are seeking our Janus Series on MSW curricula, those four webinars have separate access via this link: EBP in MSW Curricula 

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State System Innovations

Improving Adoption of Innovations for Children’s Mental Health in State Systems:

Research Findings on Measures, Methods, and Predictors. 

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Dr. Kimberly Hoagwood, Cathy and Stephen Graham Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry at the New York University School of Medicine.

This webinar presented:

  • Research studies then underway at the IDEAS Center that examined agency variation in adoption of effective mental health services for children and families.

 

  • Ways to conceptualize and measure EBP adoption, to differentiate types of adaptation and adoption, the barriers and facilitators to EBP adoption, and ways to improve targeted dissemination of effective practices in large systems

 

Building the Science and Practice of Implementation:  

The Opportunities and Challenges that Lie Ahead

Allison Metz

Dr. Allison Metz, Co-Director of the National Implementation Research Network

This webinar presented:

  • Current implementation science issues with an eye towards future research & practice 
  • The role of implementation science in achieving wide scale social impact
  • Roles of key stakeholders in mainstreaming and sustaining use of evidence in practice
  • The entire webinar is available 

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    Wraparound Innovations

Coordinating Evidence Based Practices with Wraparound Using the Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP) System.

This May 2013 webinar was presented by The National Wraparound Initiative

Presenters included Eric Bruns, Janet Walker, Bruce Chorpita and others

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