Implementation Support Practitioner Competencies
Implementation support practitioners are professionals who support implementation and build implementation capacity in human service organizations and systems. This practice guide and practitioner profile identify the competencies that implementation support practitioners need to support effective implementation and scaling of evidence-informed practices, programs and policies, to improve outcomes for people and communities. The implementation practice guide and profile should be of use to anyone interested in developing the competencies of professionals who are facilitating and supporting the implementation of evidence-informed changes in service delivery.
The Implementation Support Practitioner Profile outlines the skills and competencies needed to build the capacity of practitioners and communities to effectively use interventions/approaches and evidence to improve outcomes.
The Practice Guide to Supporting Implementation identifies the competencies that implementation support practitioners need to support effective implementation and scaling of evidence-informed practices, programs and policies, to improve outcomes for people and communities.
An international collaboration of implementation colleagues at the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN), University of North Carolina, the European Implementation Collaborative and the Centre for Effective Services (Ireland) produced this practice guide and profile in 2020, based on the implementation science literature and real-world experience of implementation support practitioners.
Competencies for supporting implementation of evidence-informed policies, programs, and practices.
Centering with these beliefs: Be Empathetic,
Be Curious, Be Committed, Advance Equity, Embrace Cross-disciplinary Approaches, Use Critical Thinking
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