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  1. There is a lack of knowledge about management strategies being used to de-implement low-value care (LVC). Furthermore, it is not clear from the current literature what mechanisms are involved in such strategie...

    Authors: Sara Ingvarsson, Henna Hasson, Hanna Augustsson, Per Nilsen, Ulrica von Thiele Schwarz and Ingunn Sandaker
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:69
  2. Antenatal iron supplementation is critical to maternal and child health; however, access and adherence to oral iron are inconsistent in many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Modern intravenous (IV) ir...

    Authors: Khic-Houy Prang, Elisabeth Mamani-Mategula, Ebony Verbunt, Effie Chipeta, Ricardo Ataide, Martin Mwangi, Kamija Phiri, Sant-Rayn Pasricha, Margaret Kelaher and Lucinda Manda-Taylor
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:68
  3. Despite an established taxonomy of implementation strategies, minimal guidance exists for how to select and tailor strategies to specific practices and contexts. We employed a replicable method to obtain stake...

    Authors: Elizabeth H. Connors, Aaron R. Lyon, Kaylyn Garcia, Corianna E. Sichel, Sharon Hoover, Mark D. Weist and Jacob K. Tebes
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:67
  4. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic dramatically increased the use of telemental health via videoconferencing (TMH-V). While TMH-V has been found to be effective and satisfactory to both patients ...

    Authors: Samantha L. Connolly, Jennifer L. Sullivan, Jan A. Lindsay, Stephanie L. Shimada, Leonie Heyworth, Kendra R. Weaver and Christopher J. Miller
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:66
  5. The World Health Organization (WHO) has called for the elimination of cervical cancer. Unfortunately, the implementation of cost-effective prevention and control strategies has faced significant barriers, such...

    Authors: Anne F. Rositch, Aditya Singh, Nadia Lahrichi, Valerie A. Paz-Soldan, Anna Kohler-Smith, Patti Gravitt and Erica Gralla
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:65
  6. Theory and empirical research suggest organizational climate for evidence-based practice (EBP) implementation may be an important and malleable target to improve clinician use of EBPs in healthcare; however, t...

    Authors: Nathaniel J. Williams, Emily M. Becker-Haimes, Simone H. Schriger and Rinad S. Beidas
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:64
  7. Dizziness and vertigo-like symptoms, often caused by common peripheral vestibular disorders such as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), may significantly impact function and quality of life. These sym...

    Authors: Kelvin Ip, Melanie Lloyd, Allison Luscombe and Danielle Hitch
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:63
  8. The recent implementation of novel therapies has accelerated progress in pediatric cancer care. Despite the significantly poorer survival of patients in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), administation...

    Authors: Caitlyn Duffy, Victor Santana, Hiroto Inaba, Sima Jeha, Jennifer Pauley, Liz Sniderman, Niharendu Ghara, Naureen Mushtaq, Gaurav Narula, Nickhill Bhakta, Carlos Rodriguez-Galindo and Heather Brandt
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:62
  9. The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected the health and care of older adults, with particularly negative consequences for those residing in long-term care homes (LTCH) and retirement homes (RH). To inform...

    Authors: Marie-Soleil Hardy, Maxime Sasseville, Randa Attieh, Laurie-Ann Bergeron-Drolet, Romina Helena Barony Sanchez, Maria Cecilia Gallani, André Côté, Maude Laberge, Philippe Voyer, Vincent Couture and Marie-Pierre Gagnon
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:61
  10. The current study sought to (1) describe a new classification approach for types of implementer behavior and (2) explore the implementer behavior change in response to tailored implementation facilitation base...

    Authors: Taren Swindle, Julie M. Rutledge, Janna Martin and Geoffrey M. Curran
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:60
  11. Modifications to interventions can jeopardize intervention outcomes. Pre-existing perceived barriers and facilitators to the intervention arising in the implementation preparation phase may help explain why mo...

    Authors: Elisa J. Gordon, Jefferson J. Uriarte, Naomi Anderson, Elida Romo, Juan Carlos Caicedo and Michelle Shumate
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:59
  12. Pet robots are a type of technology-based innovation that have shown positive psychosocial benefits for people with dementia in residential facilities, such as improving mood and social interaction and reducin...

    Authors: Wei Qi Koh, Dympna Casey, Viktoria Hoel and Elaine Toomey
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:58
  13. Physical therapy for neck and low back pain is highly variable despite the availability of clinical practice guidelines (CPG). This review aimed to determine the impact of CPG implementation on patient-level o...

    Authors: Rebecca Fillipo, Katie Pruka, Marissa Carvalho, Maggie E. Horn, Jordan Moore, Benjamin Ramger and Derek Clewley
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:57
  14. The past decade of research has seen theoretical and methodological advances in both implementation science and health equity research, opening a window of opportunity for facilitating and accelerating cross-d...

    Authors: Prajakta Adsul, David Chambers, Heather M. Brandt, Maria E. Fernandez, Shoba Ramanadhan, Essie Torres, Jennifer Leeman, Barbara Baquero, Linda Fleischer, Cam Escoffery, Karen Emmons, Montserrat Soler, April Oh, Ariella R. Korn, Stephanie Wheeler and Rachel C. Shelton
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:56
  15. In order to achieve wide-scale impact in community settings, programs must be sustained. Theory and empirical evidence suggest that intervention characteristics, organizational context, capacity for program im...

    Authors: Brittany Rhoades Cooper, Laura G. Hill, Louise Parker, Garrett J. Jenkins, Gitanjali Shrestha and Angie Funaiole
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:55
  16. Existing implementation measures developed in high-income countries may have limited appropriateness for use within low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). In response, researchers at Johns Hopkins University...

    Authors: Luke R. Aldridge, Christopher G. Kemp, Judith K. Bass, Kristen Danforth, Jeremy C. Kane, Syed U. Hamdani, Lisa A. Marsch, José M. Uribe-Restrepo, Amanda J. Nguyen, Paul A. Bolton, Laura K. Murray and Emily E. Haroz
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:54
  17. The adoption and sustainment of evidence-based practices (EBPs) is a challenge within many healthcare systems, especially in settings that have already strived but failed to achieve longer-term goals. The Vete...

    Authors: Laura J. Damschroder, Jeremy B. Sussman, Paul N. Pfeiffer, Jacob E. Kurlander, Michelle B. Freitag, Claire H. Robinson, Patrick Spoutz, Melissa L.D. Christopher, Saraswathy Battar, Kimberly Dickerson, Christopher Sedgwick, Ashleigh G. Wallace-Lacey, Geoffrey D. Barnes, Amy M. Linsky, Christi S. Ulmer and Julie C. Lowery
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:53
  18. Despite the increased demand for pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing to guide antidepressant use, little is known about how to implement testing in clinical practice. Best–worst scaling (BWS) is a stated preferences...

    Authors: Ramzi G. Salloum, Jeffrey R. Bishop, Amanda L. Elchynski, D. Max Smith, Elizabeth Rowe, Kathryn V. Blake, Nita A. Limdi, Christina L. Aquilante, Jill Bates, Amber L. Beitelshees, Amber Cipriani, Benjamin Q. Duong, Philip E. Empey, Christine M. Formea, J. Kevin Hicks, Pawel Mroz…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:52
  19. Sustained, widespread availability of evidence-based practices (EBPs) is essential to address the public health and societal impacts of adolescent substance use disorders (SUD). There remains a particularly si...

    Authors: Alex R. Dopp, Sarah B. Hunter, Mark D. Godley, Chau Pham, Bing Han, Rosanna Smart, Jonathan Cantor, Beau Kilmer, Grace Hindmarch, Isabelle González, Lora L. Passetti, Kelli L. Wright, Gregory A. Aarons and Jonathan Purtle
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:51
  20. For people with advanced-stage Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS), a common HIV-associated malignancy in sub-Saharan Africa, mortality is estimated to be 45% within 2 years after KS diagnosis, despite increasingly wide-spr...

    Authors: Sigrid Collier, Aggrey Semeere, Helen Byakwaga, Miriam Laker-Oketta, Linda Chemtai, Anjuli D. Wagner, Ingrid V. Bassett, Kara Wools-Kaloustian, Toby Maurer, Jeffrey Martin, Samson Kiprono and Esther E. Freeman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:50
  21. Children and adolescents lag behind adults in achieving UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets for HIV testing, treatment, and viral suppression. The Systems Analysis and Improvement Approach (SAIA) is a multi-component impl...

    Authors: Anjuli D. Wagner, Orvalho Augusto, Irene N. Njuguna, Douglas Gaitho, Nancy Mburu, Geoffrey Oluoch, Naziat Carimo, Peter Mwaura, Peter Cherutich, Laura Oyiengo, Sarah Gimbel, Grace C. John-Stewart, Ruth Nduati and Kenneth Sherr
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:49
  22. In 2021, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) partnered with Helix, a population genetic testing company, to offer population-wide genomic screening for Centers for Disease Control and Preventions’ ...

    Authors: Caitlin G. Allen, Daniel P. Judge, Elissa Levin, Katherine Sterba, Kelly Hunt, Paula S. Ramos, Cathy Melvin, Karen Wager, Kenneth Catchpole, Catherine Clinton, Marvella Ford, Lori L. McMahon and Leslie Lenert
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:48
  23. Surgical site infections are common. Risk can be reduced substantially with appropriate preoperative antimicrobial administration. In 2005, the VA implemented the Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP) in th...

    Authors: Westyn Branch-Elliman, A. Rani Elwy, Rebecca L. Lamkin, Marlena Shin, Ryann L. Engle, Kathryn Colborn, Jessica Rove, Jacquelyn Pendergast, Kierstin Hederstedt, Mary Hawn and Hillary J. Mull
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:47
  24. While health services and their clinicians might seek to be innovative, finite budgets, increased demands on health services, and ineffective implementation strategies create challenges to sustaining innovatio...

    Authors: Elizabeth Martin, Olivia Fisher, Gregory Merlo, Pauline Zardo, Sally E. Barrimore, Jeffrey Rowland and Janet M. Davies
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:46
  25. The clinical Pandemic Practice Champion (PPC) role was created in a large tertiary pediatric hospital as a knowledge translation (KT) strategy for implementing COVID-19 evidence-based knowledge. We aimed to de...

    Authors: Bonnie Stevens, Mariana Bueno, Megha Rao, Christabelle Almeida, Anna Cotic, Laurie Streitenberger, Bonnie Fleming-Carroll and Karen Breen-Reid
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:45
  26. As the field of implementation science wrestles with the need for system decision-makers to anticipate the budget impact of implementing new programs, there has been a push to report implementation costs more ...

    Authors: Amy G. Huebschmann, Katy E. Trinkley, Mark Gritz and Russell E. Glasgow
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:44
  27. Evidence-based task-strengthening strategies for hypertension (HTN) control (TASSH) are not readily available for patients living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa where the dual burden of HTN and HIV remains hig...

    Authors: Juliet Iwelunmor, Oliver Ezechi, Chisom Obiezu-Umeh, David Oladele, Ucheoma Nwaozuru, Angela Aifah, Joyce Gyamfi, Titilola Gbajabiamila, Adesola Z. Musa, Deborah Onakomaiya, Ashlin Rakhra, Hu Jiyuan, Oluwatosin Odubela, Ifeoma Idigbe, Alexis Engelhart, Bamidele O. Tayo…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:43
  28. Screening reduces incidence and mortality from colorectal cancer (CRC), yet US screening rates are low, particularly among Medicaid enrollees in rural communities. We describe a two-phase project, SMARTER CRC,...

    Authors: Gloria D. Coronado, Michael C. Leo, Katrina Ramsey, Jennifer Coury, Amanda F. Petrik, Mary Patzel, Erin S. Kenzie, Jamie H. Thompson, Erik Brodt, Raj Mummadi, Nancy Elder and Melinda M. Davis
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:42
  29. Multi-center research initiatives offer opportunities to develop and strengthen connections among researchers. These initiatives often have goals of increased scientific collaboration which can be examined usi...

    Authors: Rebekah R. Jacob, Ariella R. Korn, Grace C. Huang, Douglas Easterling, Daniel A. Gundersen, Shoba Ramanadhan, Thuy Vu, Heather Angier, Ross C. Brownson, Debra Haire-Joshu, April Y. Oh and Robert Schnoll
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:41
  30. Economic evaluations frequently are utilized to compare the value of different interventions in medicine and health in concrete terms. Implementation science also would benefit from the incorporation of econom...

    Authors: Lisa Saldana, Debra P. Ritzwoller, Mark Campbell and Eryn Piper Block
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:40
  31. Physical inactivity is a leading risk factor for chronic disease. Brief physical activity counselling delivered within healthcare systems has been shown to increase physical activity levels; however, implement...

    Authors: Leanne Hassett, Matthew Jennings, Bernadette Brady, Marina Pinheiro, Abby Haynes, Balwinder Sidhu, Lauren Christie, Sarah Dennis, Alison Pearce, Kirsten Howard, Colin Greaves and Catherine Sherrington
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:39
  32. Communication-based activities and products (i.e., training programs, webinars) are a critical component of implementation strategies that relay information to various audiences. Audience perceptions of commun...

    Authors: Xiaoquan Zhao, Heather Toronjo, Cameron C. Shaw, Amy Murphy and Faye S. Taxman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:38
  33. Understanding the cost and/or cost-effectiveness of implementation strategies is crucial for organizations to make informed decisions about the resources needed to implement and sustain evidence-based interven...

    Authors: Tzeyu L. Michaud, Jennie L. Hill, Kate A. Heelan, R. T. Bartee, Bryce M. Abbey, Ali Malmkar, John Masker, Caitlin Golden, Gwenndolyn Porter, Russell E. Glasgow and Paul A. Estabrooks
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:37
  34. A significant gap persists between evidence from research and its use in practice. Research funders, important actors in the health research system, can help reduce this gap by initiating dissemination and imp...

    Authors: Barbara van der Linden, Kelly M. Dunham, Joanna Siegel, Emily Lazowick, Michael Bowdery, Tara Lamont and Alison Ford
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:36
  35. Stories can be a powerful tool to increase uptake of health information, a key goal of knowledge translation (KT). Systematic reviews demonstrate that storytelling (i.e. sharing stories) can be effective in ch...

    Authors: Stephanie P. Brooks, Gabrielle L. Zimmermann, Michael Lang, Shannon D. Scott, Denise Thomson, Gil Wilkes and Lisa Hartling
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:35
  36. Several tools to improve reporting of implementation studies for evidence-based decision making have been created; however, no tool for critical appraisal of implementation outcomes exists. Researchers, practi...

    Authors: Nessa Ryan, Dorice Vieira, Joyce Gyamfi, Temitope Ojo, Donna Shelley, Olugbenga Ogedegbe, Juliet Iwelunmor and Emmanuel Peprah
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:34
  37. Implementation science frameworks advise the engagement of multi-level partners (at the patient, provider, and systems level) to adapt and increase the uptake of evidence-based practices (EBPs). However, there...

    Authors: Michelle Trivedi, Shushmita Hoque, Holly Shillan, Hannah Seay, Michelle Spano, Jonathan Gaffin, Wanda Phipatanakul, Milagros C. Rosal, Arvin Garg, Lynn B. Gerald, Sarabeth Broder-Fingert, Nancy Byatt, Stephenie Lemon and Lori Pbert
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:33
  38. Audit and feedback is widely used in healthcare improvement, with evidence of modest yet potentially important effects upon professional practice. There are approximately 60 national clinical audit programmes ...

    Authors: T. A. Willis, S. Wood, J. Brehaut, H. Colquhoun, B. Brown, F. Lorencatto and R. Foy
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:32
  39. Few studies have used implementation science frameworks to identify determinants of PrEP prescription by healthcare providers. In this work, we developed and psychometrically examined a questionnaire using the...

    Authors: Jorge Luis Martinez-Cajas, Julian Torres, Hector Fabio Mueses, Pilar Camargo Plazas, Marcela Arrivillaga, Sheila Andrea Gomez, Ximena Galindo, Ernesto Martinez Buitrago and Beatriz Eugenia Alvarado Llano
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:31
  40. There is increasing awareness among researchers and policymakers of the potential for healthcare interventions to have consequences beyond those initially intended. These unintended consequences or “spillover ...

    Authors: Igor Francetic, Rachel Meacock, Jack Elliott, Søren R. Kristensen, Phillip Britteon, David G. Lugo-Palacios, Paul Wilson and Matt Sutton
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:30
  41. Medication non-adherence is a significant public health problem. Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) offer a rich data source to facilitate resolution of medication non-adherence. PatientToc™ is an electronic PRO...

    Authors: Omolola A. Adeoye-Olatunde, Geoffrey M. Curran, Heather A. Jaynes, Lisa A. Hillman, Nisaratana Sangasubana, Betty A. Chewning, David H. Kreling, Jon C. Schommer, Matthew M. Murawski, Susan M. Perkins and Margie E. Snyder
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:29
  42. Research co-production is an umbrella term used to describe research users and researchers working together to generate knowledge. Research co-production is used to create knowledge that is relevant to current...

    Authors: Robert K. D. McLean, Fred Carden, Ian D. Graham, Alice B. Aiken, Rebecca Armstrong, Judy Bray, Christine E. Cassidy, Olivia Daub, Erica Di Ruggiero, Leslie A. Fierro, Michelle Gagnon, Alison M. Hutchinson, Roman Kislov, Anita Kothari, Sara Kreindler, Chris McCutcheon…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:28
  43. Communities of Practice (CoPs) offer an accessible strategy for healthcare workers to improve the quality of care through knowledge sharing. However, not enough is known about which components of CoPs are core...

    Authors: Rachel Hennein, Joseph M. Ggita, Patricia Turimumahoro, Emmanuel Ochom, Amanda J. Gupta, Achilles Katamba, Mari Armstrong-Hough and J. Lucian Davis
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:27
  44. Incorporating physical movement in the teaching of academic content (active learning) is a promising approach to improve children’s health and academic performance. Despite documented benefits, implementation ...

    Authors: Timothy J. Walker, Harold W. Kohl III, John B. Bartholomew, Charles Green and Maria E. Fernández
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:26
  45. This article provides a generalizable method, rooted in co-design and stakeholder engagement, to identify, specify, and prioritize implementation strategies. To illustrate this method, we present a case exampl...

    Authors: Ashley A. Knapp, Allison J. Carroll, Nivedita Mohanty, Emily Fu, Byron J. Powell, Alison Hamilton, Nicole D. Burton, Elaine Coldren, Tania Hossain, Dhanya P. Limaye, Daniel Mendoza, Michael Sethi, Roxane Padilla, Heather E. Price, Juan A. Villamar, Neil Jordan…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:25
  46. Communicating research to policymakers is a complex and difficult process. Ensuring that communication materials have information or design aspects that appeal to groups of policymakers with different prioriti...

    Authors: Natalie R. Smith, Stephanie Mazzucca, Marissa G. Hall, Kristen Hassmiller Lich, Ross C. Brownson and Leah Frerichs
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:24
  47. There is an immense difference between large companies and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in implementation of evidence-based interventions (EBIs). Previous literature reveals various barriers that ...

    Authors: Junko Saito, Miyuki Odawara, Hirokazu Takahashi, Maiko Fujimori, Akiko Yaguchi-Saito, Manami Inoue, Yosuke Uchitomi and Taichi Shimazu
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:23
  48. Organizational readiness is a known barrier to implementing evidence-based practices (EBPs) in community mental health services. A robust methodology for enhancing organizational readiness for implementation (...

    Authors: Sigal Vax, Marianne Farkas, Kim T. Mueser, Mari-Lynn Drainoni and Zlatka Russinova
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:22
  49. Emergency departments (EDs) around the world are struggling with long wait times and overcrowding. To address these issues, a quality improvement program called SurgeCon was created to improve ED efficiency an...

    Authors: Nahid Rahimipour Anaraki, Jennifer Jewer, Oliver Hurley, Hensley H. Mariathas, Christina Young, Paul Norman, Christopher Patey, Brenda Wilson, Holly Etchegary, Dorothy Senior and Shabnam Asghari
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:21
  50. More than 70% of public health nurses in Japan belong to government agencies, and there is a need for further evidence-based capacity development for program implementation. The purpose of this research was to...

    Authors: Reiko Okamoto, Masako Kageyama, Keiko Koide, Miho Tanaka, Yoshiko Yamamoto, Mana Fujioka, Ayami Osuna, Kazuko Saeki, Kazue Hirokane, Fusami Nagano and Shinji Takemura
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:20

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