Inspiring Change

Creating impact with evidence-based implementation

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Find out how implementation science can enhance how you inspire and support change

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Change is hard. Learning about implementation science can help.

This free mini-course provides easy-to-follow guidance on how to use best practices from implementation science to improve outcomes.

Implementation science looks at how to move ideas and innovations into action. It can help you break down the process of explaining and enacting change into steps that are evidence-based and focused on ensuring you achieve the desired outcome.

Implementation science offers evidence-based techniques that will help you reduce barriers and friction when enacting change.

Inspiring Change: Creating impact with evidence-based implementation

This free mini-course, developed by The Center for Implementation will help you:

  • Understand what evidence-based implementation is and how to proactively plan for change.
  • Discover how process models, theories, and frameworks can be the backbone of your change plan.
  • Be inspired to use behavior change theory.
  • Be more purposeful with your time, by addressing high-priority areas and anticipating resistance to change.
  • Learn simple tips and tricks that can set you up for success.

Who can benefit from taking Inspiring Change: Creating impact with evidence-based implementation?

  • Those who are new to implementation science
  • Professionals in quality improvement and change or project management who want to add implementation science techniques to their skill set
  • Those who want to better understand how to successfully create change in their workplace or community
  • Anyone who wants to see how implementation science can improve outcomes

Looking for a more comprehensive course on implementation?

Our other courses include:

Designing for Implementation - Our 6-week online course that comprehensively guides you through the process of designing interventions using best practices and approaches in implementation science. Enrollment opens in October 2020.

Implementation, Spread, and Scale - Our comprehensive 8-module course on how to plan for implementation, spread, and scale. Enrollment opens again in March 2021.

Inspiring Change, the free online mini-course, can help you prepare for these more intensive courses. Enrollment for Inspiring Change will open again on September 8, 2020.

Your Instructor

TCI Team
TCI Team

Our team at The Center for Implementation has worked on over 100 change initiatives and trained over 2500 people to use practical implementation science in their day-to-day jobs. We know how hard it is to create change and have an impact. Inspiring Change: Creating impact with evidence-based implementation will empower, enable, and inspire you to approach change more strategically, address barriers and facilitators proactively, plan for implementation more intentionally.

Enrollment will open again on September 8, 2020. You will be able to sign up for FREE, but it will only be open until October 31, 2020.

This course is closed for enrollment.

Course Curriculum

  Welcome to Inspiring Change
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  The backbone of implementation: models, theories, and frameworks
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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
Course enrollment opens again on September 8, 2020 until October 31, 2020. However, it is a completely self-paced online course so once you're enrolled, you can decide when you start and when you finish. You will continue to have access indefinitely.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! Luckily it's free - and if you are unhappy with any of the course components, email us to let us know how we can improve the course.
What is included in the course?
The course includes 7 videos and 6 activities so that you can apply what you are learning as you go.
How long does it take to complete the course?
Participants typically complete the videos and activities in approximately 1.5 hours.

This course is closed for enrollment.