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Built to Scale: Scaling Evidence-Based Health Interventions for Maximum Impact
February 7, 2023

Pioneered by Ariadne Labs, TeamBirth is an innovative approach to improve communication and teamwork in childbirth and ensure women have shared input in decision-making. Using human-centered design, TeamBirth operationalizes best practices that reduce inequities in childbirth outcomes. Join moderator Ahrin Mishan, Executive Director for the Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation, and TeamBirth Director Dr. Amber Weiseth who will share her experience scaling this novel program nationally. The Built to Scale series, offered via Zoom through the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing RESILIENCE Center, explores challenges and successes in scaling evidence-based health interventions.
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Building for Scale Scholar Program
June - December 2023 

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Building for Scale Scholars Program is a six-month program designed to support talented behavioral researchers committed to developing or adapting, testing, and scaling innovative, evidence-based programs or technologies that promote the health and wellbeing of individuals with disabilities and their families. Scholars will participate in intensive learning experiences focused on designing or adapting testable and scalable innovations that will best meet the needs of individuals and families in the disability community. Individuals seeking to develop or adapt innovations that contribute to equity, inclusion and opportunities to maximize health in individuals with disabilities across the lifespan and their families are encouraged to apply. Applications open mid-January 2023. More information will be posted by mid-December.


NEWS

  • The CAPABLE Family Research Study has received final IRB approval. The study seeks to adapt the evidenced-based CAPABLE program for older adults with mild cognitive impairment or early stage dementia and family members who assist them. For more information on how to refer candidates for the study, please email Erika Hornstein, erief1@jhu.edu. If you or someone you know may be interested in participating in the CAPABLE Family study, learn more here


PAST EVENTS

Recording: Built to Scale Seminar Series
Thursday, October 13, 2022
Built to Scale webinar featuring guests Ricky Venters and AJ Donelson who draw on their extensive experience in the business field to share insights on how customer discovery can help transform a vision of an evidence-based intervention into a scalable model. Access recording here

RECORDING: Built to Scale Seminar Series
Tuesday, April 26, 2022
 
Built to Scale webinar, featuring a conversation with Drs. Jasmina Sisirak and Beth Marks about the scaling up process of HealthMatters™, an evidence-based program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their supports. Access recording here


RECORDING: Built to Scale Seminar Series
Wednesday, February 16, 2022
 
Built to Scale webinar, featuring a conversation with Dr. John A. List, Professor in Economics at the University of Chicago and author of The Voltage Effect: How to Make Good Ideas Great and Great Ideas. List tackles one of scaling’s trickiest questions: Why do some great ideas make it big while others fail to take off? Access recording here


RECORDING: Built to Scale Seminar Series
Tuesday, November 9, 2021 
Built to Scale webinar, featuring a conversation between Drs. Michelle Reynolds and Bradley Schlaggar on scaling the National Community of Practice on Supports to Families with Members with Developmental Disabilities. Access recording here


RECORDING: Built to Scale Seminar Series
Thursday, June 3, 2021
Built to Scale webinar, featuring a conversation with Dr. Betty Ferrell about developing and scaling the End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium project. Access recording here


RECORDING: Built to Scale Seminar Series
Monday, February 1, 2021 
Built to Scale webinar, featuring a conversation with Dr. David Olds about developing and scaling the Nurse Family Partnership across the United States. Access recording here