Families and Children Expert Panel Project
Support for Families and Children service providers
The Families and Children (FaC) Expert Panel Project helps service providers to plan, implement and evaluate programs for families and children using evidence-based approaches. Although we mainly work with service providers funded under the Department of Social Services’ (DSS) FaC Activity, our resources are available to everyone.
Program planning and evaluation guide
The aim of this guide is to help community sector organisations plan, deliver and evaluate evidence-informed programs. Its practical advice and resources are divided into five steps:
These two videos are part of a suite of resources that aim to support organisations in the implementation of their programs. These resources were developed in partnership with Centre for Evidence and Implementation as part of the suite of planning and evaluation resources published by the Expert Panel project.
Key Concepts In Implementation
This video is part one of two instructional videos based on the publication Implementation in Action: A Guide to Implementing Evidence-Informed Programs and Practices. ‘Key concepts in implementation’ explains the theory that underpins implementation science.
Implementation In Action
This video is part two of two instructional videos based on the publication Implementation in Action: A Guide to Implementing Evidence-Informed Programs and Practices. ‘Implementation in Action’ provides practical tools and checklists for undertaking program implementation using practical examples familiar to practitioners and program managers who work to deliver programs for families and children.
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