Webinar: Scaling Up & Sustaining Successfully Tested Interventions: What Does Adaptation Have to Do With It?
On September 19, 2018 the Community of Practice (CoP) on Systematic Scale-Up of Family Planning/Reproductive Health Best Practices led by the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project and ExpandNet, hosted the webinar "Scaling Up & Sustaining Successfully Tested Interventions: What Does Adaptation Have to Do With It?"
Over the last two decades recognition has grown about the importance of scaling up successfully tested health and development interventions. Significant advances have taken place in the development of scaling-up frameworks, identifying the determinants of success as well as the provision of practical guidance to support scaling-up processes in low-resource settings. Despite these advances, there are still critical gaps in understanding. One key area requiring further focus is the role of adaptation during scale up and how this relates to ensuring sustainable outcomes. This webinar included presentations on adaptation from both theoretical and practical perspectives and provided opportunities for participants to ask questions and share insights.
This webinar was moderated by Rebecka Lundgren of the Institute of Reproductive Health, Georgetown University and speakers for the webinar included:
- Jennifer Drake, PATH
- Shannon Wiltsey-Stirman, National Center for PTSD and Stanford University
To access a recording of the webinar, please click here
For those interested in learning more about the CoP, please click here.