November 2018 Bulletin

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Welcome to Implementation in Action, a monthly bulletin for implementers and intermediary organizations who are seeking to apply implementation science in a thoughtful and systematic way. Implementation in Action includes an introduction to the theme, a Project Spotlight, and links to two resources, an older one and a new one.

 
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active implementation and a formula for implementation success

By Julia E Moore

The project spotlight for November 2018 highlights Active Implementation developed by the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN). The Active Implementation model is unique because, like other process models, it outlines specific steps for implementation; but unlike other process models, it provides additional frameworks and resources to…

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Project Spotlight: Using implementation science to support best practice implementation in spinal cord injury rehabilitation

By Dalton Wolfe & Saagar Walia

Launched in 2011, we lead and manage the Spinal Cord Injury Knowledge Mobilization Network. The network is a Canadian community of practice comprised of seven rehabilitation hospitals across four provinces. Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation and Rick Hansen Institute actively participate with sites to guide...

Implementation Resources - november Picks

Classic Literature: Implementation Research – A synthesis of the literature
Although this resource is over a decade old and there is newer research available on almost every topic, it is a great place to go for an overview of the components and complexities of implementation. It addresses issues of context, core components, fidelity, evaluation, and implementation coaching.


New Literature: Measure of Innovation-Specific Implementation Intentions
This article presents a measure to assess implementation intentions – the individual decision to adopt or not adopt an evidence-based program/innovation. What’s great about this article is that the proposed measure is very feasible to use in real implementation projects – it’s a simple 3 item measure (see Table 6).