Implementing Evidence-Based Practices Effectively

A Practical Guide

Published in: European Commission Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion publications catalogue [Epub July 2017].doi:10.2767/0343

Posted on on August 16, 2018

by Barbara Janta

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Effective implementation is a key element of any programme. If implementation is not done correctly, not only does the programme not work the way it was intended, but other unintended consequences can happen. So what are the critical elements of the successful implementation of an evidence-based programme? The purpose of this policy memo is to provide a short resource guide for child-serving organisations to support effective implementation of evidence-based practices. The document is based on a more detailed version of the implementation guide developed in 2016 for the European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC).

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