The Institute on Implementation Practice (Institute) brings together implementation support practitioners, nonprofit and government leaders and staff, researchers, and direct service staff to grow their competencies for supporting implementation efforts across a range of human service contexts. The Institute seeks to expand our thinking on what is needed to support equitable implementation through storytelling and case examples that center the human experience at the heart of implementation. The Institute includes both in-person and virtual learning events where we gather to reflect on our implementation practice and share knowledge that can transform the ways in which we approach change and evidence use.
The Institute on Implementation Practice is a joint effort of the Jordan Institute for Families and the Collaborative for Implementation Practice at the UNC School of Social Work and the National Implementation Research Network at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.
Please visit our Events page to access recordings and resources from previous in-person and virtual Institute events.