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Strategies to Facilitate Senior Leader Engagement in the Implementation and Sustainability of Evidence-Based Practice

Year: 2019

Slide deck from a presentation at the 32nd Annual Research and Policy Conference on Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Behavioral Health

Strategies to Facilitate Senior Leader Engagement in the Implementation and Sustainability of Evidence-Based Practice
Robert Franks, PhD, Charlotte Vieira, MPH, Judge Baker Children’s Center, Boston, MA

This presentation will describe implementation methodologies utilized within a Learning Collaborative model to facilitate senior leader engagement in the implementation of MATCHADTC in a statewide system of care. Strategies including metric and outcome data reporting, consultation and technical assistance, affinity groups and in-person Learning Sessions, and ongoing quality improvement methods used in combination from diverse data feedback systems that enhance senior leader participation and promote the sustainability of MATCHADTC both within and across agencies.