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Part III: Implementation and Scale-Up of Effective Interventions
Pages 217-220

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From page 217...
... Researchers and practitioners not just in fields that address MEB development but across the fields concerned with human services more broadly have been frustrated by the elusiveness of public health impact from demonstrably strong intervention strategies. A key concern in assessing progress has been whether strategies for which there is strong evidence of effectiveness were implemented well -- indeed it has been difficult even to document the effectiveness with which child, family, school, and community programs have been broadly implemented (Bruns et al., 2016; Crosse et al., 2011; Moore, Bumbarger, and Cooper, 2013)
From page 218...
... Researchers have refined the definition of implementation as a complex process for ensuring not only that the elements essential to making a program work are faithfully executed but also that an iterative process is used to optimize the program so it can yield its intended benefits as it is scaled up. Implementation and scale-up are increasingly understood as contextdependent, tailored processes that rely on core sets of partners, strategies, and capacities rather than generalized processes easily overlaid across varied types of settings.
From page 219...
... In Chapter 9, we explore the need for effective partnerships and the capacity to support faithful implementation. REFERENCES Bauer, M.S., Damschroder, L., Hagedorn, H., Smith, J., and Kilbourne, A.M.

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