Presentations by members of the Implementation Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland

August 2017 Presentations

These presentations were given by members of the Implementation Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland at Network meetings over the past five years. They provide an insight into the successes and challenges of implementing programmes and policies in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Each presentation applies elements of Implementation Science to a specific example, in sectors such as health, education, early years, parenting and mental health. These presentations will be of interest to anybody who is interested in learning about implementation in an Irish or Northern Irish context.

↓ Building the Infrastructure for National Implementation of the Health Service Executive’s Nurture Programme: Infant Health and Wellbeing - Anne Pardy (HSE), Francis Chance (KHF), Stella Owens (CES) ↓ Healthy Ireland: Experience of Implementation - Kate O'Flaherty (Department of Health) ↓ Developing and implementing a data management tool to assess implementation - Cathy McCloskey and Dr. Clionagh Boyle (Early Years) ↓ The Probation Service: Experience of Implementation - Sarah McGarrigle and David Williamson ↓ An organisational implementation journey - Julie Healy and Michelle Harris (Barnardos Northern Ireland) ↓ Supporting policy implementation: learning in disability and mental health services - Dr. Fiona Keogh (Genio) ↓ Implementation of Universal Access Triple P through a Partnership Model - Conor Owens (MAPP) ↓ Implementation of Ireland’s Age Friendly Cities and Counties Programme - Hugh O'Connor ↓ Implementation of Ready to Learn - Julie Healy (Barnardos Northern Ireland) ↓ Determinants of Implementation: The Case of Ireland and Mental Health Policy - Helen Johnston (NESC) ↓ Implementation from a Practice Perspecitve - Siobhán FitzPatrick and Pauling Walmsley (Early Years) ↓ Translating Policy into Practice: The Rulebook Versus Reality - Eilís McDaniel (Department of Health) ↓ Implementation in a practice setting - Suzanne Connolly (Barnardos Ireland) ↓ Developing an Implementation Strategy for Incredible Years - Aileen O'Donoghue (Archways)

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