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Choosing the Right Innovation

Description: This webinar will explore how to select an appropriate innovation to bring about positive change in your organization or community. Whether you’re thinking about using a product, action or service as your innovation, join us for this webinar to learn to about implementation science tools such as the Hexagon and Practice Profile that can help you to implement your innovation successfully.
Guest Speakers:
Kim Baker,
Implementation Supervisor, Provincial System Support Program, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Liz Wigfull,
Manager, Knowledge Exchange, Mental Health Commission of Canada

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