The Irish National Clinical Effectiveness Committee (NCEC) commissioned this Implementation Guide to support those involved in the development and implementation of National Clinical Guidelines, for planning implementation activities.
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One of the 'go to' places if you are interested in implementation science. This online, open access journal publishes research relevant to the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in clinical, organisational or policy contexts.
Produced by the Health Foundation, and authoured by John Ovretveit, this literature review explores effective strategies for health care leaders to stimulate and sustain improvements within their services.
This collaborative project set out to develop a European methodology to assess the implementation of research evidence into practice (the European Implementation Score (EIS)), in primary, secondary and specialist care from the perspectives of different target groups (users and carers, voluntary organisations, range of health and social care professionals and health policy makers).
The European Implementation Score (EIS) aimed to measure how well new knowledge is implemented into clinical practice in Europe.
This paper presents the key characteristics of scientifically validated fidelity instruments, and of the feasibility of their use in routine care.
This Guide presents an introduction to basic concepts used in implementation research and describes the range of approaches and applications that it can be used for.
An summary of the Promoting Action on Implementation Research in Health Services (PARiHS) framework.
This article describes the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research.
This Implementation guide takes consistent messages from a body of literature of implementation and explains them.