The Path to Successful Implementation

Mission to Scale: Season 2, Episode 6 Artwork with image of Allison Metz and episode title

Applying research based evidence into programs is not always straightforward. There’s often a disconnect between what we know from research and our ability to successfully apply that knowledge into practice. The job of Implementation scientists is to study the factors contributing to this gap.

Allison Metz, Professor and Director of Implementation Practice at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, recently joined Dan Berelowitz on Spring Impact’s Mission to Scale podcast to talk about the field of implementation science – how it is broadening its scope in some ways while remaining reductionist in others.

Listen to the episode here: https://link.chtbl.com/mts-successful-implementation.

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