Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - Thursday, October 15, 2020 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM (PST)
Cost: CAD $ 1,600.00
Online workshop - delivered via Zoom
Implementing evidence-based practices is a complex process. There are dozens of implementation theories, models and frameworks in the literature, but knowing which one to use and when is often a barrier to implementation on the ground. The Planning for Implementation Practice (PIP™) workshop provides a practical approach for teams developing an implementation plan for a new intervention or innovation. PIP™ covers the core elements of implementation science with a focus on learning and planning. Participants will gain a foundational understanding of implementation science and learn how to use an evidence-based implementation planning framework.
The workshop is intended for implementers, researchers, practitioners, community partners and policy/decision-makers. PIP™ is appropriate for implementation teams from any field or sector who are a) new to implementation science and b) currently working to implement a practice, intervention or innovation in their setting.
Teams will leave with an understanding of implementation science, a working draft of the implementation plan for their initiative and a copy of The Implementation Game.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
• Define implementation and related terms
• Describe the five main components of implementation planning
• Apply an implementation planning framework to their own initiative
To participate in the Planning for Implementation Practice workshop, candidates must:
Have an identified intervention, practice or innovation that they would like to implement.
Complete 1 online application per team.
Identify and list 2 to 4 team members to attend the workshop - please include their name, email, organization, mailing address and dietary restrictions/special accommodations.
Teams should include at least 1 person from the implementing organization.
Additional team members can be researchers, practitioners, community partners, policy/decision-makers, or other key individuals involved in planning and executing your implementation initiative.
Team members should represent different perspectives related to the implementation context.
All team members must be available to attend the entire workshop.
- Please complete the online application and provide answers to all questions.
- Applications will be reviewed for alignment with workshop learning objectives and readiness to implement.
- Applications will be approved on a first come, first serve basis.
- There is space for up to 5 teams per workshop.
- All applicants will be notified about the status of their application no later than one month before the start of workshop.
- Payment in full will be processed within one week of notification of acceptance to secure the space in the workshop.
Application deadline for the October 2020 session is Friday September 11, 2020 11:59 pm.
For more information and to register, please visit: PIP APPLICATION – OCTOBER 2020**