Implementing Triple P
The success of Triple P within your community will also depend on the way it is implemented and sustained. So, Triple P International has an implementation and sustainability framework that helps and supports agencies and communities as they deliver the program.
The Implementation Framework (the Framework) is adapted from current evidence-based implementation models including RE-AIM (1) and the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) (2).
The Framework is flexible and follows two key principles of Triple P – self-regulation and minimal sufficiency. That means it's a guide to support those implementing Triple P, but the level of support is tailored to match the needs and resources of the agency.
The Framework draws on the emerging field of research into the implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs), with a specific focus on the growing body of research on the implementation of Triple P. Triple P implementation experts in a region always work closely with the implementing organization or collaborative to help ensure the Framework supports the delivery, as best it can.
The Framework supports the full range of implementation possibilities – from small, single organization implementation to complex, multi-sector public health approaches.
(1) Glasgow, R. E., Vogt, T. M., & Boles, S. M. (1999). Reach Effectiveness Adoption Implementation Maintenance (RE-AIM). Retrieved from http://www.re-aim.org
(2) Fixsen, D. L., Blasé, K. A., Timbers, G. D., & Wolf, M. M. (2007). Active Implementation. Retrieved from http://nirn.fpg.unc.edu/learn-implementation