Mon, 12 Jul | Zoom

How can the science and practice of implementation support innovations in real life settings: A Tale of Two Cities

Hosted by UK-IS and jointly presented by CELCIS and the Rethink Team at Leeds City Council, this event will introduce attendees to the science and practice of implementation, and share experiences of and insights into applying implementation in real life settings.
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How can the science and practice of implementation support innovations in real life settings: A Tale of Two Cities

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12 Jul, 09:30 – 12:30
Zoom

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How can the science and practice of implementation support innovations in real life settings: A Tale of Two Cities

Hosted by UK-IS and jointly presented by CELCIS (Centre for Excellence for Children's Care and Protection) at the University of Strathclyde, and the Rethink Team at Leeds City Council, this event will introduce attendees to the science and practice of implementation, and share experiences of and insights into applying implementation in real life settings.

In Leeds, as part of their Innovations and Partner in Practice Programme they established their own formulation model. Formulation - a process of information gathering, analysis and development of ideas about what causes and maintains problems - is a structured approach to understanding the factors underlying distressing states. It identifies the changes needed and the mechanisms and treatments required for change to occur.  ‘Rethink Formulation’, also referred to as the 6Ps (Presenting, Predicting, Precipitating, Protective, Predisposing and  Perpetuating), is one of five aspects of the Leeds Practice Model.  It embodies their values and expectations of practice to enable them to provide consistently high quality help, support and care.

Over the last three and a half years the Rethink Team have been striving to develop practice across Leeds. Supporting and coaching practitioners across the city to embody the Leeds Practice Model and embed the Rethink Formulation model into as many varied aspects of work with children, young people and their families as possible, to create a unified practice model across the area.

Throughout this journey, implementation science has been, and continues to be, a vital resource as they evaluate their progress and develop plans in line with future service goals. As a practice development team they have utilised implementation science to guide planning, monitor impact, evaluate strategies and explain the implementation journey to those with whom they work.

This event, part of Implementation Week 2021,  aims to share that journey with you and demonstrate how the science and practice of implementation can and has supported innovation in Leeds.

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