Trying It Out

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The organization learns the new ways of work, learns from mistakes, and continues the effort to achieve buy‐in by those who will need to implement the project components. This stage is characterized by frequent problem‐solving at the practice and program levels.[1]

  1. Choose a pilot site
  2. Establish a change team
  3. Write an implementation plan
  4. Training/Coaching strategies
  5. Staff support
  6. Collecting data
  7. Conduct fidelity assessments
  8. Adopt or adapt?

[1]Dean Fixsen, Karen Blase, Sandra Naoom and Michelle Duda, Implementation Drivers: Assessing Best Practices, National Implementation Research Network (NIRN), 2013.