Pre-event Workshop 3:
Implementation Practice Competencies:
Co-Creation and Engagement
May 23, 2023, 15:00 - 18:00 CET, online
Allison Metz, School of Social Work, The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, US
Amanda Farley, School of Social Work, The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, US
Lacy Dicharry, Expert by Experience, US
Marita Brack, NHS Education for Scotland, UK
Todd Jensen, School of Social Work, The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, US
Are you a leader, manager, or team member working in the health and human services field who supports change efforts such as the implementation and execution of programs, practices, and policies in the health and human services field? Are you interested in improving your ability to support and sustain implementation and change efforts over time? If so, this pre-conference session may be just right for you!
The Collaborative for Implementation Practice at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work has launched a new Certificate Program in Implementation Practice based on core competencies for implementation support. This pre-conference session will offer tools and strategies from the first course of the certificate program – Co-creation and Engagement. The preconference session will provide hands-on opportunities to apply proven tools and strategies to your own implementation efforts.
Learning objectives include:
- Demonstrate an ability to foster co-learning using a one-to-one activity.
- Give examples of technical and relational strategies for building trusting relationships.
- Identify current levels of engagement for implementation partners and assess whether a different level of engagement is needed.
Individuals who participate in this pre-conference session will be offered the opportunity to complete the full certificate program at a discounted rate in the future if interested.