Our team members have trained over 2000 professionals to use implementation science.
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We have worked on over 75 implementation projects provincially, nationally, and internationally.
Although we focus on implementation practice, we also share what we have learned through academic publications. Here are some examples of academic publications published by members of our team related to implementation practice and science. For a full list of Dr. Moore's publication, please check out her Research Gate.
Using implementation science in practice
Mapping barriers and intervention activities to behaviour change theory for Mobilization of Vulnerable Elders in Ontario (MOVE ON), a multi-site implementation intervention in acute care hospitals. Implementation Science.
Research on implementation training
Adaptations to the local context
Funder, policy, and system-level change
The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) Adopting Research to Improve Care (ARTIC) program: Reach, sustainability, spread, and lessons learned from an implementation funding model. Healthcare Policy.
Implementation science in low- and middle-income countries
Evaluating implementation of the World Health Organization’s Strategic Approach to strengthening sexual and reproductive health policies and programs to address unintended pregnancy and unsafe abortion. Reproductive Health.
Puchalski, Ritchie, L., Khan, S., Moore, J.E., Timmings, C., van Lettow, M., Vogel, J.P., Khan, D., Mbaruku, G., Mrisho, M., Mugerwa, K., Uka, S., Gülmezoglu, A.M., & Straus, S.E. (2016). Low- and middle-income countries face many common barriers to implementation of maternal health evidence products. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.