Change Implementation

Knowledge and Attitudes of Implementation Support Practitioners: NCWWI 1-page Summary

Implementation Support Practitioners (ISPs) like facilitators, technical assistance providers, knowledge brokers, coaches, and consultants provide expert help to plan and sustain organizational interventions. This resource reviewed 79 studies to identify the knowledge and attitudes ISPs bring to their work and how they can actively support the change implementation process.

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Poor Individual Risk Classification from Adverse Childhood Experiences Screening

In this article, Meehan et al. discuss the utility of ACEs screening for population level impacts of ACEs in the context of physical and mental health problems. However, the authors also consider the possibility that the screening tool has limitations when it comes to recognizing physical and mental health disorders on the individual level.

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Leading Social Transformations: A Case Study Update on Advancing the Common Good

This webinar follows-up on a case study published May 2021 focusing on methods for large-scale transformation in Canada’s family justice system. Four authors from the case study provide deeper context into the study’s tools and techniques and address the barriers to large-scale transformation societies face today.

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What Works Cities Certification

The What Works Cities is a certification that city governments can receive for making strides toward improving quality of life for their residents. Giving special attention to communities and their needs is paramount to achieving this certification and included qualities like implementing permanent housing for homeless individuals, empowering residents to have a voice in improving

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The Future of Healing: Shifting from Trauma-Informed Care to Healing Centered Engagement

In this blog post, Ginwright describes the shortcomings of the term “trauma informed care,” as it is incomplete, requires that we treat trauma but not the root causes, and risks fostering pathologization rather than possibility. They propose a more holistic approach that is healing-centered rather than trauma-informed, emphasizing the collective experience of trauma and highlights

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