Bridging the Science to Service Gap What is Implementation Fidelity? Why does it matter? Who’s job is it? Are there frameworks for success?
About this Event
With an increasing focus on using evidence-based interventions to best meet the needs of our communities and client populations comes the responsibility to ensure that we deliver them in practice as the developers and researchers intended, in other words, with ‘fidelity’.
This half day training session supports managers and administrators in their efforts to introduce, embed or scale-up evidence based interventions by exploring the theory of ‘implementation science’, explaining the link between fidelity and outcomes and identifying practical ways of bridging the ‘science to service’ gap and creating enabling contexts for success.
Online using Zoom
The training will allow participants plenty of opportunity to get involved through the use of practical exercises and also will allow plenty of time to ask questions.
Places are limited to Community/Voluntary and Public Sector and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
If you have any queries at all please email:
Lisa McArthur - email@example.com
If you register and do not attend, your registration fee will not be refunded unless you give advance warning of at least 7 working days.
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We will send out group work instructions and Zoom details prior to the workshop.