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UIUC PSYC 239 - IMPLEMENTATION PART II

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Slide 1AnnouncementsRoadmap for ImplementationReviewing Available Programs: Does it work?Roadmap for Implementation (Cont’d)Roadmap for Implementation (Cont’d)Unintended ConsequencesHow many evidence-based programs can we find in 5 minutes?Midsemester Feedback SurveyIMPLEMENTATION PART IIPSYC 239, Class 22March 11, 2020Announcements■Reflection Paper #7 due before Saturday at 9pm–Only three chances remaining!■Deadline to drop course without W: Friday, Mar 13■Subject Pool COVID-19 policy –In-person studies suspended after Spring Break–No limit for online studies■Classes after Spring Break –May be online, watch for updates–Make sure you have Zoom downloaded (provided by the university)Roadmap for Implementation1. Problem identification/definition2. Assess settinga. Fit between researcher & community values/goalsb. Capacity (available resources) to address issue3. Review available programsa. Evidence-based: What does the literature say? b. Core vs. adaptive components: what pieces can be tweaked?Reviewing Available Programs: Does it work?■Performance of interventions in “real world” conditions do not always match the results documented in research. –Efficacy: benefits under optimal conditions–Effectiveness: results in real-world conditions■“Cookbook approach” vs. invention/innovationRoadmap for Implementation (Cont’d)4. Assess fit between program and settinga. Research-to-practice: researcher decides what’s best and sells it to communityb. Community-centered: community decides which option fits best5. Train and support stafa. Ongoing support6. Develop evaluation processa. Were key goals achieved? b. How will outcomes be measured?c. Did the participants match the intended target population?d. How much training/supervision did the people implementing the program receive? e. Was the program accurately and consistently implemented?Roadmap for Implementation (Cont’d)7. Implement!a. Must be sustainableb. What happens if/when you leave? -Who will train?-Who will provide supervision/support?Unintended Consequences■Iatrogenic effects: unintended, harmful consequences of an intervention■Strongly consider having control group■Example: Scared Straight Program–80-90% “success rate,” but participants were more likely to go to jail than control groupHow many evidence-based programs can we find in 5 minutes?■https://docs.google.com/document/d/1o3Alh2TaB9YOCRonsG5RNvJlpfxBxmcKjnSFi2Pj90s/edit?usp=sharing■Find a program for one of the listed social issues■Don’t duplicate one already listed■Scholar.google.com is a good place to start!Midsemester Feedback


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