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Doing something differently: Lessons learned from a case study using implementation science to guide program change

Resource Type: Multimedia
Presenter(s): Mathias, Debi; Perkins, Kelley J.; Isik-Ercan, Zeynep;
Date Issued: 12 December, 2016
Producer(s): Build Initiative; QRIS National Learning Network
Description: This webinar discusses implementation science and how it can guide quality improvement initiatives and inform technical assistance. Presenters explore the role of implementation teams, data and feedback loops, and infrastructure as core elements that support continuous quality improvement. A case study of Rowan University's Early Childhood Demonstration Center in New Jersey provides an example of how these core elements are incorporated within stages of implementation. Implications for program administrators and technical assistants are discussed.

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