To accelerate the application of implementation science to improve outcomes.
Organizations spend millions of dollars and thousands of hours attempting to implement best practices, with limited success. Implementation science provides practitioners with an arsenal of tools, methods and approaches to achieve better outcomes. At TCI, we aim to apply implementation science in a way that makes sense to organizations to ensure that their change efforts have a positive impact on the health system. …..more
Our mission at The Center for Implementation [https://thecenterforimplementation.com/] is to accelerate the application of implementation science to improve outcomes. Designing for Implementation [https://thecenterforimplementation.teachable.com/] is a new 6-week online course that comprehensively guides you through the process of designing interventions using best practices and approaches in implementation science.
In this comprehensive course, you will:
Understand how to apply key process models, theories and frameworks to your design and planning efforts.
Learn how to clearly define your problem, and how to build an effective implementation intervention to target this problem.
Gain insight on how to build interventions with sustainability in mind.
Develop an implementation evaluation plan.
Apply what you have learned to your own work, so that you can see the impact of your learning right away.
Access to a wide range of resources, all for a low cost
Enrolling in Designing for Implementation gives you access to online video modules, a curated list of readings and resources, activities, a workbook, and assignments that enable you to apply the content to your own work. Enrollment is open until December 2, 2019. Access the online course immediately after enrolling and complete it at your own pace, on your own schedule.
Designing for Implementation is the only comprehensive online course for professionals in health, public health, mental health, and social services to apply implementation science in practice to develop interventions using implementation science theories, models, and frameworks.