Measuring Implementation of Early Childhood Interventions at Multiple System Levels
AbstractTo ensure implementation of early childhood interventions with fidelity, implementation strategies must be aligned and coordinated across system levels. This brief introduces the importance of measuring implementation at multiple system levels and proposes tools for doing so.
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Date of creation: 30 Apr 2013
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Implementation Measurement; Early Childhood Interventions; Multiple System Levels; Early Childhood;
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