Designing for Implementation, The Center for Implementation
Date(s): Register by October 26, 2021 to gain immediate access to the course content.
This 6-week self-paced course will make applying implementation science theories, models, and frameworks clear and practical. You’ll be provided with a step-by-step roadmap to help you use barriers and facilitators to select the most relevant and appropriate implementation strategies.
This course is ideal for professionals in a range of fields including, but not limited to: health, public health, mental health, and social services as it will show you how to apply implementation science in practice to develop interventions using implementation science theories, models, and frameworks.
This course is for you if:
- You are tasked with designing and implementing an intervention
- You are working in implementation, and sometimes feel confused or overwhelmed by all of the frameworks out there
- You want to design and implement an intervention using a more evidence-based approach
- You want to feel confident when you talk about different implementation science theories, models, and frameworks
- You are supporting the spread and scale of an intervention and realize you need to better describe and operationalize the key components
- You are planning for the implementation of an intervention and need guidance on how best to move forward
- You’ve collected data (for example, on barriers and facilitators) but you don’t know what to do with it
- Your implementation strategies have not produced the outcomes you were looking for, but you aren’t sure which implementation strategies would have greater impact
- You want to understand how to better plan for sustainability of outcomes from an intervention that you’ve delivered.
For more information and to register, view the course website.