Change and Implementation in Practice: Problem Exploration Video Module 1

Presents the first task of identifying a problem and provides examples of how to apply strategies. Needs and opportunities for improvement generally emerge through an analysis of source of data or information.

Publication year: 2018
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Capacity Building Center for States

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Description

This video helps individuals further understand strategies and prepare for work with teams. Implementation science frameworks highlight the importance of beginning with problem exploration. The process helps a team better understand the problem fully before developing a solution. This series of six videos breaks down the process into six tasks or functions. Module 1 explores the first task of identifying a problem and provides examples of how to apply strategies. Needs and opportunities for improvement generally emerge through a source of data or information, such as federal reviews, data reports, assessments, CQI activities, stakeholder groups, and media.

Suggested Citation

Capacity Building Center for States (2018). Change and Implementation in Practice: Problem Exploration Video Module 1. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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