Setting the Stage for Implementation Success: Intervention Testing, Piloting, and Staging Webinar
Summarizes the process of how to use testing and piloting of a new intervention to identify possible roadblocks, make needed adjustments before large-scale implementation, and plan staging to target resources strategically and learn from earlier results. The intervention testing, piloting, and staging webinar provides an overview of how an agency might use a structured approach to conduct a “trial run” and roll out an intervention effectively, and includes stories from the field on what testing, piloting, and scaling up an intervention looks like in practice.
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Provides an overview of factors to consider when moving from the adaptation or design phase into usability testing, pilot testing, and staging or scaling up a new intervention. The recorded webinar, Setting the Stage for Implementation Success: Intervention Testing, Piloting, and Staging, includes examples from the field about anticipating and overcoming challenges in testing, piloting, and staging new interventions. Presenters demonstrate how an agency might use a structured approach to test, pilot, and stage an intervention for a smoother rollout.
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Capacity Building Center for States (2019). Setting the Stage for Implementation Success: Intervention Testing, Piloting, and Staging. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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