The aims of this study are to 1) develop a model with testable hypotheses concerning the effect of organizational factors on EBP engagement in NPHSOs; 2) identify a valid way to measure NPHSO capacity; and 3) assess NPHSO capacity-building outcomes
Replication & Implementation Science
This article illustrates two specific tools from implementation science, the practice profile and the Implementation Drivers Assessment
Implementation Science: Changing Hearts, Minds, Behavior, and Systems to Improve Educational Outcomes
Report advocates for evidence-based approaches to educattion and offers pathway to using evidence-based innovations and significantly improving student outcomes.
Lessons Learned through the Application of Implementation Science Concepts to Children’s Bureau Discretionary Grant Programs
This report explores the organizational characteristics, activities, and processes that facilitate the successful implementation of innovative CB discretionary grant projects, with the goal of aiding current and future grantees in efforts to implement child welfare programs and services successfully within
Evidence-based practice implementation: The impact of public versus private sector organization type on organizational support, provider attitudes, and adoption of evidence-based practice
The goal of this study is to extend research on evidence-based practice (EBP) implementation by examining the impact of organizational type (public versus private) and organizational support for EBP on provider attitudes toward EBP and EBP use. Both organization theory
This study shows that the replication of evidence-based models can be an enormous challenge, even for highly defined and effective programs. Replication across many sites, and by a common funder, is labor-intensive and comes with expectations of outcomes similar to
This publication is a guide for policymakers, practitioners and philanthropists interested in a systematic approach to program replication. It lays out key structures that should be in place before wide-scale replication is considered, the steps needed to ensure success, and
By surveying a number of nonprofit leaders who have successfully grown their organizations through replication, coupled with The Bridgespan Group’s own experience in the field, this article outlines the key decisions that need to be made in order to carry
This report provides guidance about the replication of effective pregnancy prevention programs and discusses lessons from the replication experiences of three specific programs: The Teen Outreach Program, The CAS-Carrera Program, and Plain Talk.
The goal of this literature review is to synthesize research in the area of implementation as well as to determine what is known about relevant components and conditions of implementation.