May 12 at 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET
We’ll center the human experience in implementation by looking at how we can support those who are supporting change.
We’ll also provide strategies on how we can take better care of ourselves and mitigate burnout when providing implementation support.
This event is for you if you’re looking for:
- Insights into new research about the challenges implementation support practitioners are experiencing
- A greater understanding of common dilemmas related to role and context when supporting change in complex systems
- Practical strategies you can use to mitigate burnout and approach challenges with more ease
- Guidance on how organizations can better support implementation support practitioners
Leah Bartley, Senior Implementation Specialist, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work
Marita Brack, Head of Programme, NHS Education for Scotland
Sobia Khan, Director of Implementation, The Center for Implementation
Kimberly Mann, Deputy Director for Research and Child Well-Being, Illinois Department of Child and Family Services
Allison Metz, Professor of Practice and Director of Implementation Practice, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work
Julia Moore, Executive Director, The Center for Implementation
We’ll share themes that emerged from recent research about implementation work and its relationship to burnout.
Plus, we’ll outline actions you can take to support yourself and others.
- Part 1: Who is the implementation support practitioner?
- Part 2: What are some of the common challenges faced by implementation support practitioners?
- Part 3: How have implementation support practitioners mitigated burnout in their own work, and fostered the resilience of those they support? Actions you can take to address challenges
- Part 4: How can organizations and systems be better designed to support implementation support practitioners?
- Part 5: Setting intentions and having a plan
Additional highlights of this free 2-hour event:
- Interactive activities with opportunities for you to reflect on your own experiences
- Panelist stories about what specific actions look like in practice
- Case examples from the fields of mental health and child welfare
- Purposeful discussions on how to foster resilience in teams, organizations, and system