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Achieving quality and sustainable outcomes for communities depends on more than just identification of effective practices, but on the effective implementation of those practices, including systems, policy, and staff supports.
During this presentation Dr. Schroeder will describe the ways in which implementation capacity-building can be facilitated within organizations in order to support large-scale community initiatives designed to achieve socially significant impacts for children, families, and adults. Dr. Schroeder will provide an overview of the implementation science frameworks that support large scale initiatives that inform her work with intermediary organizations, as well as discuss key considerations in implementation when supporting smaller stakeholders and communities and supporting the “people who help the people who help the people”, including case examples of this work in action at the community-level. One such case example that will be reviewed is a county-wide partnership between public health, juvenile justice and mental health systems to build a comprehensive assessment, referral, and implementation support system for youth involved in the juvenile justice system and their families.
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Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Schroeder
Jennifer Schroeder, Ph.D., is President of The Implementation Group, an evaluation, consultation and technical assistance firm that promotes and supports effective implementation practices in community-based settings. Dr. Schroeder also serves as Vice President of the Global Implementation Initiative (GII), a nonprofit organization promoting the advancement of implementation science, practice, and policy in human services and she serves as Chair of the Global Implementation Conference (GIC) planning committee, which will hold its 4th Biennial conference in Toronto, Canada in June 2017. Dr. Schroeder holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Bowling Green State University and served as a pre- and post-doctoral fellow at The Consultation Center (TCC) at Yale University.
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