*Please note, this registration is only for session 2 of the two-part Best Practice Champions Virtual Workshop. Please also register for session 1.
About this event:
The Best Practice Champions Network® team has established a two-part Best Practice Champions Virtual Workshop to replace the in-person champions workshops. This free, online educational opportunity consists of a brief pre-recorded introductory video, and two live virtual sessions to be completed in sequential order.
The Best Practice Champions Virtual Workshop series will be offered monthly, with session 1 and session 2 taking place once a month. This will provide you with ample opportunity to select the live session that best suits your work schedule. This online educational opportunity can be completed individually or as a group.
The virtual workshop sessions are each three hours in length; these live sessions must be completed in sequential order by November 2022 in order for you to become a best practice champion and receive your champion's certificate. You must register for session 1 and session 2 separately.
After each live, online session, participants are expected to complete reflections and activities based on the content presented in each session.
After completing the pre-recorded introductory video and attending sessions 1 and 2, you will become a best practice champion and member of the Best Practice Champions Network. You will receive a certificate of completion after all elements of the training are complete.
Similar to the in-person workshop, but in a virtual format, participants are introduced to best practice guidelines and will learn how to successfully implement them using RNAO's Leading Change Toolkit™.
Outline of the Best Practice Virtual Champions Workshop
Pre-recorded Introduction webinar:
- overview of RNAO
- overview of best practice guidelines
- role of the best practice champion
- introduction to social movement
- phase 1 – identify a problem and identify, review, select knowledge
- phase 2 – adapt knowledge to the local context
- phase 3 – assess facilitators and barriers to knowledge use
- phase 4 - select, tailor, implement interventions/implementation strategies
- phase 5 - monitor knowledge use and evaluate outcomes
- phase 6 - sustain knowledge use