4. A Framework to Design, Test, Spread, and Sustain Effective Child Welfare Practice: Replicate & Adapt and Apply & Improve (Part 4)
Agencies and their partners often aspire to spread effective child welfare interventions and integrate them into everyday practice, but success can often be elusive. In this installment of the video series, the narrators describe the next phases of the framework, Replicate & Adapt and Apply & Improve, and explain how agencies can apply each phase. They also discuss issues concerning implementation, cultural adaptation, and fidelity monitoring. (Part 4 of 5 in the Framework Series)
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