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Approach & Philosophy

If it were easy, everyone would be doing it. But let's face it: the "easy way" is not why you're here, and it's not why I'm here. We're ready to roll up our sleeves and do what must be done to get the job done. And gracious knows, doing good work and doing it well often takes stamina. Yet, with a realistic plan, incremental application, an iterative process, and clarity of purpose, progress can and will occur.

Some wise counsel in my life once advised you should be able to answer "yes" to the following questions for any meaningful personal or professional relationship:

  1. Can I trust you?

  2. Do you care for me?

  3. Are you committed to excellence?

This advice has proven a solid guide, so here is what you can expect if you work with me:

  • Transparency

  • Clear communication

  • Collaborative spirit

  • Critical analysis

  • Thoroughness in process and product

  • Scientific and strategic methods

  • Excellence in service and care

  • Compassionate assertiveness

Folks who are drawn to my consultation and training style:

  • Are seeking to build organizational skills

  • Are willing to transform feedback into initiative  

  • Are aspiring to elevate their work to the next level

  • Are excited about possibilities and creating something new

  • Are accountable and responsive within collaborative relationships

  • Are just as curious about the process or journey as they are about the end product or destination

In my consulting practice, the primary framework used to affect change is called dissemination and implementation science. We often see gaps between evidence-based interventions and their uptake in the community and in clinical practice. Dissemination science helps us study how to get an intervention to the masses, while implementation science helps us become more successful in how we integrate interventions into different contexts.

 

So, stated another way, dissemination and implementation science helps us move toward doing good and doing it well. Through a scientific method (Plan-Do-Study-Act: PDSA) and a series of scientific experiments (Small Tests of Change: STOCs), we create momentum through small, strategic adjustments to make a big difference in the long run.

Ready to bridge the gap? Choose an evidence-based practice to explore!

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