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Once recruitment strategies and selection criteria for Implementation Team members are established with the ad hoc planning committee, the facilitator begins rolling-out recruitment activities and goes through a process of interviewing and selecting candidates.
The goal of this meeting is to conclude the process of drafting an initial implementation plan started by the team as homework. The plan lays-out what needs doing, by whom, by when and with what resources
During the first half of the meeting the Implementation Team will present their planned innovation and action plan to key stakeholders. In the second half of the meeting the feedback from stakeholders will be discussed and written-in to the Action Plan.
The facilitator will use an implementation science tool for matching barriers to strategies and will present the Implementation Team with possible strategies to help overcome challenges they identified in the last two meetings. Chosen strategies will be defined and specified.
Meeting 9 – Identifying potential challenges or hurdles to implementing the recovery-oriented innovation
The Implementation Team will play the CFIR Card Game to identify potential challenges when it comes to the innovation itself, the wider context outside the organisation, the individual within the organisation, and the process followed for implementation.
Meeting 8 – Identifying potential challenges or hurdles to implementing the recovery-oriented innovation
The first half of the meeting focuses on finalising the detailed description of the innovation based on the results of the last meeting’s exercises. Part two of the meeting will be spent introducing and playing the CFIR Card Game to identify potential challenges in the “inner setting”.
In order to adapt the chosen innovation to the needs and resources of the organisation, in this meeting the Implementation Team will be presented with examples from the literature of similar innovations and their key characteristics. The goal is to get much more specific about the innovation.
In this meeting, the general innovations brainstormed at the previous meeting will be compared along the lines of feasibility and acceptability. The Implementation Team will choose the general innovation to be implemented through a consensus-based process.
The Implementation Team will brainstorm a list of innovations they would be interested in implementing, starting with the list of actions provided in their chosen sub-guideline. To help move towards a choice, these will be compared to determine which are most acceptable and feasible