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  1. Despite growing enthusiasm for co-production in healthcare services and research, research on co-production practices is lacking. Multiple frameworks, guidelines and principles are available but little empiric...

    Authors: Peter van der Graaf, Roman Kislov, Helen Smith, Joe Langley, Natalie Hamer, Mandy Cheetham, Daniel Wolstenholme, Jo Cooke and Sue Mawson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:12
  2. Communities of Practice (CoPs) offer a strategy for mobilising knowledge and integrating evidence-based interventions into musculoskeletal practice, yet little is known about their practical application in thi...

    Authors: Laura Swaithes, Zoe Paskins, Jonathan G. Quicke, Kay Stevenson, Kathy Fell and Krysia Dziedzic
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:11
  3. Few real-world examples exist of how best to select and adapt implementation strategies that promote sustainability. We used a collaborative care (CC) use case to describe a novel, theory-informed, stakeholder...

    Authors: Nathalie Moise, Alejandra Paniagua-Avila, Jennifer Mizhquiri Barbecho, Luis Blanco, Katherine Dauber-Decker, Samantha Simantiris, Martin McElhiney, Maria Serafini, Darlene Straussman, Sapana R. Patel, Siqin Ye and Andrea T. Duran
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:10
  4. The literature on perceptual differences between managers and staff regarding social dynamic factors (e.g., leadership, climate) in nursing settings is sparse. Addressing this gap in knowledge is critical for ...

    Authors: Clayton J. Shuman, Mark G. Ehrhart, Philip T. Veliz and Marita G. Titler
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:9
  5. Following the first wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, Uganda experienced a 40% drop in tuberculosis (TB) screening by June 2020. We sought to identify barriers to and facilitators of integrated COVID-19 and TB sc...

    Authors: Fred C. Semitala, Rodgers Katwesigye, Dennis Kalibbala, Mary Mbuliro, Rejani Lalitha, Darius Owachi, Edgar Atine, Josephine Nassazi, Stavia Turyahabwe and Moorine Sekadde
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:8
  6. COVID-19 spread rapidly in UK care homes for older people in the early pandemic. National infection control recommendations included remote resident assessment. A region in North-West England introduced a digi...

    Authors: Pauline A. Nelson, Fay Bradley, Akbar Ullah, Will Whittaker, Lisa Brunton, Vid Calovski, Annemarie Money, Dawn Dowding, Nicky Cullum and Paul Wilson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:7
  7. There are challenges associated with measuring sustainment of evidence-informed practices (EIPs). First, the terms sustainability and sustainment are often falsely conflated: sustainability assesses the likeli...

    Authors: Caitlin M. Reardon, Laura Damschroder, Marilla A. Opra Widerquist, Maria Arasim, George L. Jackson, Brandolyn White, Sarah L. Cutrona, Gemmae M. Fix, Allen L. Gifford, Kathryn DeLaughter, Heather A. King, Blake Henderson, Ryan Vega and Andrea L. Nevedal
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:6
  8. Lung cancer screening is a complex clinical process that includes identification of eligible individuals, shared decision-making, tobacco cessation, and management of screening results. Adaptations to the del...

    Authors: Thomas E. Strayer, Lucy B. Spalluto, Abby Burns, Christopher J. Lindsell, Claudia I. Henschke, David F. Yankelevitz, Drew Moghanaki, Robert S. Dittus, Timothy J. Vogus, Carolyn Audet, Sunil Kripalani, Christianne L. Roumie and Jennifer A. Lewis
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:5
  9. In Argentina, HPV  self-collection offered by community health workers was demonstrated to be effective to improve cervical cancer screening uptake. Based on these findings, the EMA strategy was scaled up in n...

    Authors: Melisa Paolino, Victoria Sánchez Antelo, Milca Cuberli, Mariana Curotto, Anabella Le Pera, Fernando Binder, Juan David Mazzadi, Beatriz Firmenich and Silvina Arrossi
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:4
  10. The Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) is a determinant framework that can be used to guide context assessment prior to implementing change. Though a few quantitative measurement instrum...

    Authors: Claire H. Robinson and Laura J. Damschroder
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:3
  11. Facilitation makes the Integrated Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services (i-PARIHS) framework a popular framework in the field of implementation science. Facilitation allows for flexibl...

    Authors: Sarah C. Hunter, Bo Kim and Alison L. Kitson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:2
  12. Native American youth, primarily living on reservations, suffer the highest burden of suicide of any racial group in the USA. Implementation and sustainability of culturally grounded, evidence-based interventi...

    Authors: Teresa Brockie, Ellie Decker, Allison Barlow, Mary Cwik, Adriann Ricker, Theresa Aguilar, Lawrence Wetsit, Deborah Wilson and Emily E. Haroz
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:1
  13. Three current and former awardees of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Colorectal Cancer Control Program launched integrated cancer screening strategies to better coordinate multiple cancer scre...

    Authors: Florence K. L. Tangka, Sujha Subramanian, Sonja Hoover, Charlene Cariou, Becky Creighton, Libby Hobbs, Amanda Marzano, Andrea Marcotte, Deirdre Denning Norton, Patricia Kelly-Flis, Melissa Leypoldt, Teri Larkins, Michelle Poole and Jennifer Boehm
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:133
  14. Getting knowledge from healthcare research into practice (knowledge mobilisation) remains a global challenge. One way in which researchers may attempt to do this is to develop products (such as toolkits, actio...

    Authors: Charlotte A. Sharp, Ruth J. Boaden, William G. Dixon and Caroline Sanders
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:132
  15. Evidence-based colorectal cancer screening (CRCS) interventions have not been broadly adopted in rural primary care settings. Co-production of implementation strategies through a bundled approach may be promis...

    Authors: Jungyoon Kim, Paul Estabrooks, Alisha Aggarwal, Analisa McMillan and Khalid Alshehri
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:131
  16. Persistent infection with high-risk human papillomavirus (hrHPV) types is a well-documented cause of cervical cancer. Since the implementation of cervical cancer screening methods (e.g., Pap tests), cervical c...

    Authors: Serena Xiong, De Ann Lazovich, Faiza Hassan, Nafisa Ambo, Rahel Ghebre, Shalini Kulasingam, Susan M. Mason and Rebekah J. Pratt
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:130
  17. Emergency contraception prevents unwanted pregnancy after sexual intercourse. New evidence has demonstrated that the levonorgestrel 52 mg IUD is a highly effective method of emergency contraception. However, t...

    Authors: Rebecca G. Simmons, Jami Baayd, Sarah Elliott, Susanna R. Cohen and David K. Turok
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:129
  18. Precision implementation science requires methods to evaluate and select implementation strategies. This study developed and evaluated a novel measure of concordance between current and preferred dissemination...

    Authors: Laura Ellen Ashcraft, Deborah J. Moon, Jessica S. Merlin, Shaun M. Eack and Shari S. Rogal
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:128
  19. Connections between individuals and organizations can impact knowledge translation (KT). This finding has led to growing interest in the study of social networks as drivers of KT. Social networks are formed by...

    Authors: Stephanie Glegg, Carrie Costello, Symbia Barnaby, Christine Cassidy, Kathryn M. Sibley, Kelly Russell, Shauna Kingsnorth, Lesley Pritchard, Olaf Kraus de Camargo, John Andersen, Samantha Bellefeuille, Andrea Cross, Janet Curran, Kim Hesketh, Jeremy Layco, James Reynolds…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:127
  20. Pregnancy presents an opportune time for oral health promotion and intervention; however, implementation of the prenatal oral health guidelines remains a challenge among prenatal and oral health providers. The...

    Authors: Cheryl A. Vamos, Stacey B. Griner, Ellen M. Daley, Morgan Richardson Cayama, Jason Beckstead, Kim Boggess, Rocio B. Quinonez and Laura Damschroder
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:126
  21. Group care (GC) improves the quality of maternity care, stimulates women’s participation in their own care and facilitates growth of women’s social support networks. There is an urgent need to identify and dis...

    Authors: Nele Martens, Mathilde R. Crone, Ashna Hindori-Mohangoo, Manodj Hindori, Ria Reis, Ilir S. Hoxha, Jedidia Abanga, Shanaaz Matthews, Lizette Berry, Rianne M. J. J. van der Kleij, M. Elske van den Akker-van Marle, Astrid van Damme, Florence Talrich, Katrien Beeckman, Christine Mc Court, Sharon Schindler Rising…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:125
  22. Firearm injury is a leading cause of preventable death in the USA. Healthcare providers are uniquely poised to focus on firearm safety and injury prevention from an apolitical harm reduction lens; however, few...

    Authors: Chethan Sathya, Laura Harrison, Katherine Dauber and Sandeep Kapoor
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:124
  23. Health inequities experienced by kaumātua (older Māori) in Aotearoa, New Zealand, are well documented. Examples of translating and adapting research into practice that identifies ways to help address such inequit...

    Authors: Mary Louisa Simpson, Stacey Ruru, John Oetzel, Pare Meha, Sophie Nock, Kathrine Holmes, Hariata Adams, Ngapera Akapita, Marama Clark, Kawarau Ngaia, Reuben Moses, Rangimahora Reddy and Brendan Hokowhitu
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:123
  24. Despite incremental gains in the Aotearoa New Zealand health sector, Māori and Pacific peoples still experience poorer health outcomes than non-Māori and non-Pacific. Access to the latest research and innovati...

    Authors: John Oetzel, Dianne Sika-Paotonu, Darrio Penetito-Hemara and Akarere Henry
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:122
  25. Clinical guideline recommendations for addressing modifiable risk factors are not routinely implemented into preconception and antenatal care. This review assessed the effectiveness of implementation strategie...

    Authors: Emma Doherty, Melanie Kingsland, John Wiggers, Luke Wolfenden, Alix Hall, Sam McCrabb, Danika Tremain, Jenna Hollis, Milly Licata, Olivia Wynne, Sophie Dilworth, Justine B. Daly, Belinda Tully, Julia Dray, Kylie A. Bailey, Elizabeth J. Elliott…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:121
  26. The importance of reporting research evidence to stakeholders in ways that balance complexity and usability is well-documented. However, guidance for how to accomplish this is less clear. We describe a method ...

    Authors: Lisa A. Cranley, T K T Lo, Lori E. Weeks, Matthias Hoben, Liane R. Ginsburg, Malcolm Doupe, Ruth A. Anderson, Adrian Wagg, Anne-Marie Boström, Carole A. Estabrooks and Peter G. Norton
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:120
  27. Prior studies indicate the effectiveness of measurement-based care (MBC), an evidence-based practice, in improving and accelerating positive outcomes for youth receiving behavioral health services. MBC is the ...

    Authors: Corianna E. Sichel and Elizabeth H. Connors
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:119
  28. The translation of research findings into practice can be improved to maximize benefits more quickly and with greater flexibility. To expedite translation, researchers have developed innovative approaches to i...

    Authors: Andrew Quanbeck, Rose Garza Hennessy and Linda Park
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:118
  29. Fidelity measurement of implementation strategies is underdeveloped and underreported, and the level of reporting is decreasing over time. Failing to properly measure the factors that affect the delivery of an...

    Authors: Christopher F. Akiba, Byron J. Powell, Brian W. Pence, Kate Muessig, Carol E. Golin and Vivian Go
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:117
  30. Achieving widespread adoption of innovations across health systems remains a challenge. Past efforts have focused on identifying and classifying strategies to actively support innovation spread (replicating an...

    Authors: Alexandra Ziemann, Andrew Sibley, Sam Tuvey, Sarah Robens and Harry Scarbrough
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:116
  31. Contextual fit is an important variable in the implementation of evidence-based programs (EBPs). The objectives of the current study were to examine the psychometric properties of the adapted Self-Assessment o...

    Authors: Karin Coyle, April Idalski Carcone, Seyram Butame, Meardith Pooler-Burgess, Jason Chang and Sylvie Naar
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:115
  32. There is a fundamental gap in understanding the causal mechanisms by which strategies for implementing evidence-based practices address local barriers to effective, appropriate service delivery. Until this gap...

    Authors: Cara C. Lewis, Predrag Klasnja, Aaron R. Lyon, Byron J. Powell, Rebecca Lengnick-Hall, Gretchen Buchanan, Rosemary D. Meza, Michelle C. Chan, Marcella H. Boynton and Bryan J. Weiner
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:114
  33. School staff members’ consistent enforcement of school tobacco policies (STPs) is needed to decrease adolescent smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke. Staff’s confidence, indicating their perceived ability to ...

    Authors: Anu Linnansaari, Michael Schreuders, Anton E. Kunst and Pirjo Lindfors
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:113
  34. Smoking rates remain high in Vietnam, particularly among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH), but tobacco cessation services are not available in outpatient HIV clinics (OPCs). The research team is conducting a...

    Authors: Donna Shelley, Gloria Guevara Alvarez, Trang Nguyen, Nam Nguyen, Lloyd Goldsamt, Charles Cleland, Yesim Tozan, Jonathan Shuter and Mari Armstrong-Hough
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:112
  35. Despite their potential to ameliorate health disparities and address youth substance use, prevention programs have been poorly disseminated and implemented across Hawai‘i, which begs the question: Why are effecti...

    Authors: Kelsie H. Okamura, Scott K. Okamoto, Sarah Momilani Marshall, Steven Keone Chin, Pamela M. Garcia, Byron J. Powell, Kelly A. Stern, Sara J. Becker and David S. Mandell
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:111
  36. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched the Colorectal Cancer Control Program to increase colorectal cancer screening among groups with low screening uptake. This engagement has enabled the hea...

    Authors: Sujha Subramanian, Florence K. L. Tangka, Amy DeGroff and Lisa C. Richardson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:110
  37. Clinical trials advance science, benefit society, and provide optimal care to individuals with some conditions, such as cancer. However, clinical trials often fail to reach their endpoints, and low participant...

    Authors: Kristian D. Stensland, Anne E. Sales, Laura J. Damschroder and Ted A. Skolarus
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:109
  38. Rates of potentially traumatic events (PTEs) and other forms of adversity among children are high globally, resulting in the development of a number of evidence-based interventions (EBIs) to address the advers...

    Authors: Brittany C. L. Lange, Ashley Nelson, Jason M. Lang and Shannon Wiltsey Stirman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:108
  39. Health system change can increase the reach of evidence-based smoking cessation treatments. Proactive electronic health record (EHR)-enabled, closed-loop referral (“eReferral”) to state tobacco quitlines incre...

    Authors: Mark E. Zehner, Julie A. Kirsch, Robert T. Adsit, Allison Gorrilla, Kristine Hayden, Amy Skora, Marika Rosenblum, Timothy B. Baker, Michael C. Fiore and Danielle E. McCarthy
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:107
  40. In 2015, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded the Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP), which partners with health care systems and primary care clinics to increase colorectal cance...

    Authors: Cindy Soloe, Laura Arena, Dara Schlueter, Stephanie Melillo, Amy DeGroff, Florence Tangka, Sonja Hoover and Sujha Subramanian
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:106
  41. Screening for colorectal, breast, and cervical cancer has been shown to reduce mortality; however, not all men and women are screened in the USA. Further, there are disparities in screening uptake by people fr...

    Authors: Sujha Subramanian, Florence K. L. Tangka, Sonja Hoover and Amy DeGroff
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:105
  42. Scaling evidence-based interventions are key to impacting population health. The National DPP lifestyle change program is one such intervention that has been scaled across the USA over the past 20 years; howev...

    Authors: Lillian Madrigal, Olivia C. Manders, Michelle Kegler, Regine Haardörfer, Sarah Piper, Linelle M. Blais, Mary Beth Weber and Cam Escoffery
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:104
  43. Sentinel node biopsy (SN biopsy) is a surgical procedure used to accurately stage patients with primary melanoma at high risk of recurrence. Although Australian Melanoma Management Guidelines recommend SN biop...

    Authors: Andrea L. Smith, Caroline G. Watts, Michael Henderson, Georgina V. Long, Frances Rapport, Robyn P. M. Saw, Richard A. Scolyer, Andrew J. Spillane, John F. Thompson and Anne E. Cust
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:103
  44. Designing intervention and implementation strategies with careful consideration of context is essential for successful implementation science projects. Although the importance of context has been emphasized an...

    Authors: Juliane Mielke, Lynn Leppla, Sabine Valenta, Leah L. Zullig, Franziska Zúñiga, Sandra Staudacher, Alexandra Teynor and Sabina De Geest
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:102
  45. Same-day antiretroviral therapy (SDART) initiation, in which people living with HIV (PLHIV) who are antiretroviral therapy (ART)-naïve, willing, and clinically eligible start ART on the same day of HIV diagnos...

    Authors: Sita Lujintanon, Sorawit Amatavete, Supanat Thitipatarakorn, Thanyawee Puthanakit, Wipaporn Natalie Songtaweesin, Tanachai Chaisalee, Surang Janyam, Nittaya Phanuphak and Reshmie A. Ramautarsing
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:101
  46. Evidence-based practices (EBPs) are frequently adapted in response to the dynamic contexts in which they are implemented. Adaptation is defined as the degree to which an EBP is altered to fit the setting or to...

    Authors: Ramzi G. Salloum, Todd H. Wagner, Amanda M. Midboe, Sarah I. Daniels, Andrew Quanbeck and David A. Chambers
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:100
  47. As in many low-income countries, the treatment gap for developmental disorders in Pakistan is nearly 100%. The World Health Organization (WHO) has developed the mental Health Gap Intervention guide (mhGAP-IG) ...

    Authors: Syed Usman Hamdani, Zill-e- Huma and Lawrence S. Wissow
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:99
  48. The Integrated-Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services (i-PARIHS) framework and its predecessor, PARIHS, have been widely utilized in implementation studies. Although i-PARIHS developers...

    Authors: Mona J. Ritchie, Karen L. Drummond, Brandy N. Smith, Jennifer L. Sullivan and Sara J. Landes
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:98
  49. Significant gaps remain in HIV testing and counseling (HTC) in family planning (FP) clinics. To address these gaps, our group tested an implementation strategy called the Systems Analysis and Improvement Appro...

    Authors: McKenna C. Eastment, Jessica E. Long, George Wanje, Barbra A. Richardson, Emily Mwaringa, Kenneth Sherr, Ruanne V. Barnabas, Kishorchandra Mandaliya, Walter Jaoko and R. Scott McClelland
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:97
  50. Hypertension (HTN) control among Blacks in the USA has become a major public health challenge. Barriers to HTN control exist at multiple levels including patient, physician, and the health system. Patients als...

    Authors: Joyce Gyamfi, Claire Cooper, Aigna Barber, Deborah Onakomaiya, Wen-Yu Lee, Jennifer Zanowiak, Moses Mansu, Laura Diaz, Linda Thompson, Roger Abrams, Antoinette Schoenthaler, Nadia Islam and Gbenga Ogedegbe
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:96

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