Developing a Usable Intervention:
Friday, April 24, 2:00 - 3:30


This is an online event. 



Susan Moll 
UMass Donahue Institute 







CBH Knowledge Center
Implementation Science Webinars

Developing a Usable Intervention
Friday, 24, 2:00 - 3:30 

This webinar will focus on developing a "usable intervention": a program, practice, or innovation that is operationally well-defined and ready to implement. Key topics include:

  • Core intervention components (also known as essential functions)
  • Practice profiles to fully operationalize programs, practices, and innovations
  • Development of specific implementation supports for core intervention components
  • Development of criteria to assess emerging fidelity of newly introduced practices

Pre-reading for this webinar: Lesson 2: Usable Interventions


Dr. Allison Metz, Co-Director of the National Implementation Research Network
Dr. Metz specializes in the effective implementation and scaling-up of evidence-based and evidence-informed programs and strategies in early childhood, early care and education and child welfare settings. She has expertise in the areas of organizational and systems change, implementation science, capacity building, training and technical assistance, and coaching.