Frameworks

An Integrated Stage-Based Framework for Implementation of Early Childhood Programs and Systems

Author(s): 
Allison Metz, National Implementation Research Network
Sandra F. Naoom, National Implementation Research Network
Tamara Halle, Child Trends
Leah Bartley, University of Maryland School of Social Work
Date published: 
2015
Briefing Paper

This research brief series seeks to provide early childhood researchers, program developers, and funders with an introduction to implementation frameworks and promising practices in implementation science, with the aim of facilitating their use in early care and education research and program evaluation.

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Implementation Research: A Synthesis of the Literature

Author(s): 
Blase, K.A.
Fixsen, D.L.
Friedman, R.M.
Naoom, S.F.
Wallace, F.
Organisation: 
National Implementation Research Network
Date published: 
2005
Report

This monograph summarizes findings from the review of the research literature on implementation and proposes frameworks for understanding effective implementation processes.

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Implementation Research in Health: A Practical Guide

Author(s): 
Adam, T.
Peters, D.H
Tran, N.T
Organisation: 
Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research and World Health Organisation
Date published: 
2013
Guide

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.

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Implementation Research in Mental Health Services: An emerging science with conceptual, methodological and training challenges

Author(s): 
Aarons, G.
Chambers, D.
Glisson, C.
Landsverk, J.
Mittman, B.
Proctor, E.K.
Date published: 
2008
Article

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

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