A Discussion on Principles-Focused Implementation

Author(s): Allison Metz, Leah Bartley, Amanda Farley
Publication Date: March 2020
Focus Area(s): Child Welfare

Allison Metz, Leah Bartley, and Amanda Farley discuss how they think principle-based implementation support can be helpful as they make decisions around implementation and try to be the best partners possible for public agencies during the challenging time of the COVID-19 crisis. The five principles which guide NIRN’s work – empathy, curiosity, commitment, methodical, transdisciplinary – are perhaps more critical in this time of crisis than ever before.

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