Practical implementation science : moving evidence into action /

"Implementation science seeks to close the research-to-practice gap by identifying the barriers that impede the adoption, implementation, sustainability, and scale-up of evidence-based health interventions, and by identifying the best methods for overcoming those barriers. As implementation sci...

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Other Authors: Weiner, Bryan Jeffrey (Editor), Lewis, Cara C. (Editor), Sherr, Kenneth H. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, LLC, [2023]
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505 0 |a Introducing implementation science / Bryan J. Weiner, Cara C. Lewis, and Kenneth Sherr -- Assessing the practice (know-do) gap / Christine Fahim and Sharon E. Straus -- Selecting evidence-based interventions to reduce practice gaps / Jennifer Leeman, Mary Wangen, and Cam Escoffery -- Adaptation of evidence-based interventions / Heidi La Bash, Fiona C. Thomas, and Shannon Wiltsey Stirman -- Identifying barriers and facilitators for implementation in diverse settings / Maria E. Fernandez, Laura Damschroder, and Bijal Balasubramanian -- Engaging stakeholders / Melanie Pellechhia, Kimberly T. Arnold, Liza Tomczuk, and Rinad S. Beidas -- Creating a structure for implementation : building implementation teams and developing implementation plans / Kevin Fiori, Hueiming Liu, and Lisa R. Hirschhorn -- How to implement an evidence-based intervention / Ryan R. Singh and Lisa Saldana -- An introduction to evaluation and learning in implementation science / Arianna Rubin Means, Bradley H. Wagenaar, Sarah J. Masyuko, and Anjuli D. Wagner -- Disseminating information about evidence-based interventions / Jonathan Purtle, Margaret E. Crane, Katherine L. Nelson, and Ross C. Brownson -- Scaling up evidence-based interventions / Ruth Simmons, Peter Fajans, and Laura Ghiron -- Sustaining evidence-based interventions / Rachel C. Shelton and Nicole Nathan -- De-implementing practices / Christian D. Helfrich -- Implementation science in policy / Heather Bullock, Mile Wilson, and John Lavis. 
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