Identify Sites and Sequencing: Video 9
Describes the tasks of identifying sites and sequencing to have a plan for where to implement the intervention and how expansion of it should occur.
Examines how child welfare agencies can use a structured approach to test, pilot, and stage new interventions. Before large-scale implementation of a new practice, service, policy, strategy, program, or practice model, agencies can identify possible roadblocks, assess the target population’s reactions, and make needed adjustments for smoother implementation. This series of 11 videos examines intervention testing, piloting, and staging by considering essential functions or tasks. Video 9 explores the tasks of identifying sites and sequencing to have a plan for where to implement the intervention and how expansion of it should occur.
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Capacity Building Center for States (2019). Identify Sites and Sequencing: Video 9. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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