Very few eHealth interventions make it into routine care, and those that do take a long time to get there. Getting eHealth Implementation right is the focus of the ImpleMentAll project (IMA). IMA gathers representatives from nine European countries and Australia to develop and trial a framework for tailoring the implementation of evidence-based eHealth services. The EU-funded project utilises Normalisation Process Theory, runs from 2017 - 2021 and has its own website.
This paper presents the key characteristics of scientifically validated fidelity instruments, and of the feasibility of their use in routine care.
This project represents Children's Mental Health Ontario's (CMHO) commitment to investigate the most effective means to transfer knowledge and implement evidence-based treatments and practices (EBTs/EBPs) in Ontario's children's mental health sector.
This monograph summarizes findings from the review of the research literature on implementation and proposes frameworks for understanding effective implementation processes.
This paper seeks to advance implementation science in mental health services by over viewing the emergence of implementation as an issue for research, by addressing key issues of language and conceptualization, by presenting a heuristic skeleton model for the study of implementation processes, and by identifying the implications for research and training in this emerging field
An summary of the Promoting Action on Implementation Research in Health Services (PARiHS) framework.
This Implementation guide takes consistent messages from a body of literature of implementation and explains them.