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Message ID: 9983
Date: 2016-03-01

Author:Roseana Bess

Subject:Permanency Innovation Initiative's Foundational Products to Support Implementation and Evaluation

I’m sharing a set of products created as part of the Permanency Innovations Initiative. These may be beneficial to researchers, evaluators, child welfare administrators, and others. Please feel free to share! Roseana J. Bess Principal | PII-TTAP Project Director ________________________________ JBS INTERNATIONAL, INC. 5515 Security Lane, Suite 800 North Bethesda, Maryland 20852 240.645.4426 (direct) 301.495.1080 (main) rbess@jbsinternational.com w ww. jbsinternational.com Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Google+ Value of Thought. Value of Solution. Permanency Innovation Initiative's Foundational Products to Support Implementation and Evaluation Responding to the need for more evidence-supported interventions in child welfare, the Permanency Innovations Initiative (PII) purposefully combines implementation science and rigorous evaluation. The PII Approach (PDF 1,100 KB), an integrated, phase-based framework guides activities for building evidence and preparing interventions for broader use. The Children's Bureau and the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation are excited to share two foundational products that provide greater detail about the implementation and evaluation activities described in the PII Approach: ➢ The PII Approach to Evaluation (PDF 263 KB) emphasizes the role of evaluation at the beginning and throughout the lifespan of the project to support data-driven decision-making. Additional evaluation briefs (referenced in the PII Approach to Evaluation) will be available in the near future. ➢ The Development, Implementation, and Assessment Approach (PDF 603 KB) focuses on best practices in implementation science. Tested and refined in real-world child welfare settings, this approach helps organizations develop or adapt innovations and effectively implement with fidelity for sustainable change. Additional products and tools that assist with applying the Approach will be available soon. For additional information related to the evaluation products, please contact George Gabel , PII Evaluation Team Project Director (georgegabel@westat.com ). For additional information related to implementation products, please contact Roseana Bess , PII Training and Technical Assistance Project Director (rbess@jbsinternational.com ).

I’m sharing a set of products created as part of the Permanency Innovations Initiative. These may be beneficial to researchers, evaluators, child welfare administrators, and others. Please feel free to share! Roseana J. Bess Principal | PII-TTAP Project Director ________________________________ JBS INTERNATIONAL, INC. 5515 Security Lane, Suite 800 North Bethesda, Maryland 20852 240.645.4426 (direct) 301.495.1080 (main) rbessjbsinternational.com w ww. jbsinternational.com Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Google+ Value of Thought. Value of Solution. Permanency Innovation Initiative's Foundational Products to Support Implementation and Evaluation Responding to the need for more evidence-supported interventions in child welfare, the Permanency Innovations Initiative (PII) purposefully combines implementation science and rigorous evaluation. The PII Approach (PDF 1,100 KB), an integrated, phase-based framework guides activities for building evidence and preparing interventions for broader use. The Children's Bureau and the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation are excited to share two foundational products that provide greater detail about the implementation and evaluation activities described in the PII Approach: ➢ The PII Approach to Evaluation (PDF 263 KB) emphasizes the role of evaluation at the beginning and throughout the lifespan of the project to support data-driven decision-making. Additional evaluation briefs (referenced in the PII Approach to Evaluation) will be available in the near future. ➢ The Development, Implementation, and Assessment Approach (PDF 603 KB) focuses on best practices in implementation science. Tested and refined in real-world child welfare settings, this approach helps organizations develop or adapt innovations and effectively implement with fidelity for sustainable change. Additional products and tools that assist with applying the Approach will be available soon. For additional information related to the evaluation products, please contact George Gabel , PII Evaluation Team Project Director (georgegabelwestat.com ). For additional information related to implementation products, please contact Roseana Bess , PII Training and Technical Assistance Project Director (rbessjbsinternational.com ).