projects2021 Speaker Series: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Children, Youth, & Families

2021 Speaker Series: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Children, Youth, & Families

SUMMARY – Throughout 2021, we’re welcoming experts in implementation science, evidence-based practices, health equity, financing, and more to help Texas mental health providers deepen their understanding of how to roll-out and sustain best practices in mental health.

Project Details

The Meadows Institute is pleased to announce our 2021 Speaker Series: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Children, Youth, and Families. Throughout 2021, The Meadows Institute will welcome experts in implementation science, evidence-based practices, health equity, financing, and more to help Texas mental health providers deepen their understanding of how to roll-out and sustain best practices in mental health.

While many of these principles can be applied to a broad population, we will focus on evidence-based practice implementation efforts targeting children, youth, and their families. If you’ve ever wondered what makes some initiatives take hold and others slowly fade away, you’ll want to mark your calendar for these events.

Upcoming Events

Additional information on upcoming 2021 Speaker Series events will be posted here when confirmed. View our Events page to register and see details for the next event.

Date Implementation Science Topic Speaker
May 5 Selecting the Right Evidence-Based Practice for Your Organization Patrick Tennant, PhD
June 23 Cultural Humility & Health Equity Marcy Melvin, LPC
August 18 Financing & Fundraising TBA
October 6 Trauma- and Grief-Informed Care TBA
November 3 Measurement-Based Care TBA
December 1 Effectively Communicating Your Organization’s Programs TBA

 

Past Events

Implementation Science: What is it and why is it important?
Featured Speaker: Dr. Melissa Van Dyke

Implementation Science: The Purposeful Use of Data
Featured Speaker: Dr. Jennifer Gonzalez