More than 500 attended the third biennial Global Implementation Conference (GIC) in May in Dublin, Ireland. The three-day event was themed, “Implementation for Impact.”
Presenters from across the globe, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, Europe and Asia, participated in 36 sessions, or 83 flash presentations, sharing ideas, plans and experiences for large-scale uptake of evidence-based practices, including how implementation can make a difference for end-users, the capacities needed and the factors that strengthen implementation.
Molly Brunk, director of Quality Assurance for MST, was one of the presenters at the global event. Along with Alison Metz, National Implementation Research Network, and David Collins, Administration for Children’s Services, Brunk presented on efforts to shift the majority of preventive child welfare services for children and families in New York City to evidence-based programs.
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