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Once outcomes have been considered and an effective program has been identified you may be facing multiple implementation issues, including how to maintain program fidelity. Listed below are some sites that may help identify implementation issues.

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Washington State Institute for Public Policy

This website includes practical non-partisan research in the following areas: education, criminal justice, welfare, children and adult services, health, utilities, and general government.

Using Continuous Quality Improvement to Improve Child Welfare Practice

This document is a synthesis of discussions that describes how public and private child welfare agencies can develop and implement real and sustainable continuous quality improvement systems and processes to improve child welfare practice.