A Discussion on Adapting Program and Implementation Strategies During a Pandemic and Beyond

Author(s): Julia Moore, Allison Metz
Publications: June 2020

A common issue as organizations try to implement evidence-based programs and practices during the COVID-19 pandemic is how to adapt programs/practices and implementation strategies to accommodate for changes to the way we work and live during the pandemic. In a conversation with Julia Moore, Senior Director of the Center for Implementation, we discuss how to plan for adaptations during a pandemic and beyond.

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