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Implementation Guide and Toolkit for National Clinical Guidelines

NCEC Implementation Guide and Toolkit

Author(s): 
Aisling Sheehan
Chris Minch
Katie Burke
Organisation: 
Centre for Effective Services, Ireland
Date published: 
2018
Implementation Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland
Report

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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A School's Guide to Implementation

Author(s): 
Jonathan Sharples, Bianca Albers, Stephen Fraser
Organisation: 
Education Endowment Foundation
Date published: 
2018
Guide

The purpose of this guide to implementation, developed by the Education Endowment Foundation, is to describe and demystify the professional practice of implementation – to document knowledge of the steps that effective schools take to manage change well. It can be used to apply any school improvement decision: programmes or practices; whole-school or targeted approaches; internal or externally generated ideas.

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CaSE: Improve the use of evidence in UK government policy making

Author(s): 
CaSE
Date published: 
2017
Report

As part of CaSE's work on science advice in government, this new report explores current structures, processes and practice and looks for opportunities to strengthen and improve them across government. The report makes 14 recommendations to improve the use of evidence in UK Government policymaking under three themes: architecture; supply and demand; and evaluation and accountability.CaSE's report Improving use of evidence in UK government policymaking has been produced with University College London.

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The ImpleMentAll (IMA) project

Author(s): 
Christiaan Vis
Organisation: 
ImpleMentAll
Date published: 
2017
All

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.

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