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ImpSci
Journal for the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in both clinical and policy contexts.
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Sarah Knowles May 17
TL:DR? They don’t. :/
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Sarah Birken May 15
Replying to @CarlRMay @ImplementSci
And many 🙏 to for the constructive review and for viewing this work as in-scope!
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Sarah Birken May 15
Fundamental to is ORG CHANGE. et al & I offer evidence of diverse responses to change & path toward managing it to promote EBP implementation
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ImpSci May 14
Implementation of change in health care in Sweden: a qualitative study of professionals’ change responses
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sjbeckerphd May 12
Such an important question! In my R01 trial w/ Co-PI Bryan Garner - a cluster randomized trial with 30 opioid treatment programs - sustainment after removal of active support is one of our primary outcomes. Plus our impsci strategy targets sustainment explicitly.
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Chris Miller May 6
Need to cluster-randomize while retaining balance on key site-level characteristics? Check out our balancing algorithm!
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BMC Medicine May 10
Published this week in : Knowledge translation in : how science could contribute more, an opinion by Michel Wensing and Richard Grol
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(((L Damschroder))) May 9
Wonderfully thorough review of audit and feedback interventions with 4 Theory- and evidence-based recommendations: personalize comparisons, balance credibility with actionability, encourage personal goal-setting, & provide trends velocity of change.
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Matthew Lee May 9
Great new piece on from folks I admire a lot! Some key quotes: "Over the past 12 years, the US NIH invested almost $145 million USD in implementation projects reviewed within the DIRH study section. Of these projects, 51 (67.1%) referenced sustainability."
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Sarah Knowles May 8
hey folks, would you classify a handbook as a passive dissemination strategy? is there any evidence that making info more 'actionable', eg. a toolkit, introduces active elements? (tagging for toolkit expertise!)
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ImpSci May 9
How do researchers conceptualize and plan for the sustainability of their NIH R01 implementation projects?
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Dr Elaine Toomey May 8
Delighted to see our on barriers to for out in ! Well done to Amanda Hall for driving this 👏👏
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ImpSci May 8
Physician-reported barriers to using evidence-based recommendations for low back pain in clinical practice: systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies using the Theoretical Domains Framework
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ImpSci May 8
Implementation facilitation to promote emergency department-initiated buprenorphine for use disorder
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Byron J. Powell May 7
Great opportunity for training in behavior change interventions in Nova Scotia! & are partnering to conduct a 4-day training. Please spread the word!
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Sarah Birken May 7
I’m thrilled - thanks! To clarify, though, it was in the top three accessed papers. I’ll retire when I have the most cited paper in 😉
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Health Services Research at BMC May 6
Barriers and facilitators to the successful development, implementation and evaluation of care bundles in acute care in hospital: a scoping review
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ImpSci May 6
Barriers and facilitators to the successful development, implementation and evaluation of care bundles in acute care in hospital
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SophieGoyet May 5
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Mitchell Sarkies May 3
How can we use rigorous study designs in ? Our methodological description of how to apply counterbalanced RCT designs in implementation studies is now published in
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