The National i-THRIVE Programme supports providers and commissioners of children’s mental health and wellbeing services who want to move towards a local system in line with the THRIVE Framework for system change (Wolpert et al., 2019). An important element of our support is to help local sites to think through and carry out necessary steps in the implementation process.
We talk about the structure of implementation (a guiding framework) and the scope of implementation (the people and organisations involved). You can read more about these by following the links below.
Click on the image to see a typical trajectory for sites implementing the THRIVE Framework, which begins with a period of initial engagement, followed by a mobilisation phase, through to building sustainability in the system.