Knowledge Translation and Implementation Video Series

Barwick, M., Barac, R., Kimber, M., & Johnson, S. (2014). Knowledge translation and implementation series bringing evidence-based treatments into practice. Retrieved from

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This video series provides a brief overview of the key principles of implementing evidence-based practices. Through a series of videos, practitioners are introduced to the knowledge translation and implementation (KTI) process and factors that influence effective implementation.

Steps for Using Method/Tool

The video channel includes five videos:

  1. Implementation of evidence-based practices (2:11)
  2. Implementation teams (1:45)
  3. Coaching and implementation (2:12)
  4. Fidelity and implementation (2:03)
  5. Implementation in schools (2:03)

These summaries are written by the NCCMT to condense and to provide an overview of the resources listed in the Registry of Methods and Tools and to give suggestions for their use in a public health context. For more information on individual methods and tools included in the review, please consult the authors/developers of the original resources.

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