Frequent and targeted support to professionals is essential to control for quality delivery of services. In youth care settings, there is limited time and capability to implement all of the support systems that are suggested by program developers. With the pressure and responsibility to provide services with high quality and low costs, organizations strive to effectively and efficiently integrate different support systems. In this point of view we discuss the potential of integrating support systems around overlapping common, contextual and structural factors of interventions that are delivered in youth care setting.
|Title of host publication||Bridging the implementation gap|
|Subtitle of host publication||A study on sustainable implementation of interventions in child and youth care organizations|
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam |
|Publisher||Pauline Brigitta Goense|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|