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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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

    The Correction to this article has been published in Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:27

  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. A greater understanding of the county-level differences in human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination rates could aid targeting of interventions to reduce HPV-related cancer disparities.

    Authors: Stephanie A. S. Staras, Amanda L. Kastrinos, Easton N. Wollney, Shivani Desai, La Toya J. O’Neal, Versie Johnson-Mallard and Carma L. Bylund
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:95
  26. Readiness has been identified as an essential precursor of successful implementation. However, evidence supporting its value is sparse. Empirical studies exploring the relationship between the application of r...

    Authors: Melanie Livet, Carrie Blanchard and Chloe Richard
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:94
  27. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Hospital-In-Home (HIH) program delivers patient-centered, acute-level hospital care at home. Compared to inpatient care, HIH has demonstrated improved patient safety, ef...

    Authors: Jennifer L. Sullivan, Reza Yousefi-Nooraie, Derek D’Arcy, Adele Levine, Lindsey Zimmerman, Marlena H. Shin, Emily Franzosa, William Hung and Orna Intrator
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:93
  28. Implementation strategies are purported to facilitate adoption and use of evidence-based practices (EBPs) across settings. The use of tailored implementation strategies may be particularly effective, as they a...

    Authors: Aksheya Sridhar, Amy Drahota and Jessica E. Tschida
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:92
  29. Enhanced recovery protocols (ERPs) are an evidence-based intervention to optimize post-surgical recovery. Several studies have demonstrated that the use of an ERP for gastrointestinal surgery results in decrea...

    Authors: Teaniese L. Davis, Willemijn L. A. Schäfer, Sarah C. Blake, Sharron Close, Salva N. Balbale, Joseph E. Perry, Raul Perez Zarate, Martha Ingram, Jennifer Strople, Julie K. Johnson, Jane L. Holl and Mehul V. Raval
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:91
  30. Implementation science frameworks explore, interpret, and evaluate different components of the implementation process. By using a program logic approach, implementation frameworks with different purposes can b...

    Authors: Louise Czosnek, Eva M. Zopf, Prue Cormie, Simon Rosenbaum, Justin Richards and Nicole M. Rankin
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:90
  31. Lung ultrasound (LUS) is a clinician-performed evidence-based imaging modality that has multiple advantages in the evaluation of dyspnea caused by multiple disease processes, including COVID-19. Despite these ...

    Authors: Anna M. Maw, Megan A. Morris, Russell E. Glasgow, Juliana Barnard, P. Michael Ho, Carolina Ortiz-Lopez, Michelle Fleshner, Henry R. Kramer, Eric Grimm, Kate Ytell, Tiffany Gardner and Amy G. Huebschmann
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:89
  32. Identity Development Evolution and Sharing (IDEAS) is a theatre-based intervention for reducing healthcare provider stigma. IDEAS films are created by collecting narratives from people who have experienced dis...

    Authors: Sally Wasmuth, Johnna Belkiewitz, Dawn Bravata, Caitlin Horsford, Alex Harris, Carlton Smith, Charles Austin and Edward Miech
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:88
  33. Chronic low back pain is a common and sometimes disabling condition, and mindfulness-based stress reduction is recommended as a first line of therapy. This study tested whether different descriptions of mindfu...

    Authors: Salene M. W. Jones, Karen J. Sherman, Zoe Bermet, Lorella G. Palazzo and Cara C. Lewis
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:87
  34. Unhealthy alcohol use (UAU) is a leading cause of premature mortality among adults in the USA. Emergency departments (EDs) are key intervention settings for UAU but often have limited time and resources. One l...

    Authors: Megan A. O’Grady, Sandeep Kapoor, Laura Harrison, Nancy Kwon, Adekemi O. Suleiman and Frederick J. Muench
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:86
  35. We have a limited understanding on how to best integrate technologies to support antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence in routine HIV care.

    Authors: Sara Rendell, Harald Schmidt, Rebecca Neergaard, Hervette Nkwihoreze, Zoe Barbati, William R. Short, Aadia I. Rana, Anandi N. Sheth, Rachel K. Scott, Sonia Sethi and Florence M. Momplaisir
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:85
  36. Hypertension is the most common cardiovascular disease in Nigeria and contributes to a large non-communicable disease burden. Our aim was to implement and evaluate a large-scale hypertension treatment and cont...

    Authors: Abigail S. Baldridge, Kasarachi Aluka-Omitiran, Ikechukwu A. Orji, Gabriel L. Shedul, Tunde M. Ojo, Helen Eze, Grace Shedul, Eugenia N. Ugwuneji, Nonye B. Egenti, Rosemary C. B. Okoli, Boni M. Ale, Ada Nwankwo, Samuel Osagie, Jiancheng Ye, Aashima Chopra, Olutobi A. Sanuade…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:84
  37. The process of implementing evidence-based interventions, programs, and policies is difficult and complex. Planning for implementation is critical and likely plays a key role in the long-term impact and sustai...

    Authors: Natalie Riva Smith, Kathleen E. Knocke and Kristen Hassmiller Lich
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:83
  38. There is a pervasive mental health treatment gap for children across the globe. Engaging stakeholders in child mental health evidence-based treatment (EBT) implementation projects may increase the likelihood o...

    Authors: Noah S. Triplett, Grace S. Woodard, Clara Johnson, Julie K. Nguyen, Rashed AlRasheed, Frank Song, Sophia Stoddard, Jules Cesar Mugisha, Kristen Sievert and Shannon Dorsey
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:82
  39. Clinical decision support (CDS) is increasingly used to facilitate chronic disease care. Despite increased availability of electronic health records and the ongoing development of new CDS technologies, uptake ...

    Authors: Winnie Chen, Claire Maree O’Bryan, Gillian Gorham, Kirsten Howard, Bhavya Balasubramanya, Patrick Coffey, Asanga Abeyaratne and Alan Cass
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:81
  40. Champions have been documented in the literature as an important strategy for implementation, yet their effectiveness has not been well synthesized in the health care literature. The aim of this systematic rev...

    Authors: Wilmer J. Santos, Ian D. Graham, Michelle Lalonde, Melissa Demery Varin and Janet E. Squires
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:80
  41. Initial training and ongoing post-training consultation (i.e., ongoing support following training, provided by an expert) are among the most common implementation strategies used to change clinician practice. ...

    Authors: Aaron R. Lyon, Freda F. Liu, Elizabeth H. Connors, Kevin M. King, Jessica I. Coifman, Heather Cook, Erin McRee, Kristy Ludwig, Amy Law, Shannon Dorsey and Elizabeth McCauley
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:79
  42. Empirical evidence supports the use of structured goals of care conversations and documentation of life-sustaining treatment (LST) preferences in durable, accessible, and actionable orders to improve the care ...

    Authors: Mary Ersek, Anne Sales, Shimrit Keddem, Roman Ayele, Leah M. Haverhals, Kate H. Magid, Jennifer Kononowech, Andrew Murray, Joan G. Carpenter, Mary Beth Foglia, Lucinda Potter, Jennifer McKenzie, Darlene Davis and Cari Levy
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:78

    The Correction to this article has been published in Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:26

  43. Early and accessible testing for influenza with point-of-care testing (POCT) can be a critical factor for deciding to begin antiviral treatment. More than 10,000 pharmacies across the USA offer Clinical Labora...

    Authors: Kenneth C. Hohmeier, Kimberly McKeirnan, Julie Akers, Michael Klepser, Stephanie A. Klepser, Christe Chen and Donald G. Klepser
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:77
  44. There is a pressing need to translate empirically supported interventions, products, and policies into practice to prevent and control prevalent chronic diseases. According to the Knowledge to Action (K2A) Fra...

    Authors: Marilyn E. Wende, Sara Wilcox, Zoe Rhodes, Deborah Kinnard, Gabrielle Turner-McGrievy, Brooke W. McKeever and Andrew T. Kaczynski
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:76
  45. Implementation science has grown rapidly as a discipline over the past two decades. An examination of how publication patterns and other scholarly activities of implementation scientists are weighted in the te...

    Authors: Brenna B. Maddox, Mary L. Phan, Y. Vivian Byeon, Courtney Benjamin Wolk, Rebecca E. Stewart, Byron J. Powell, Kelsie H. Okamura, Melanie Pellecchia, Emily M. Becker-Haimes, David A. Asch and Rinad S. Beidas
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:75
  46. Effective communication in transitions between healthcare team members is associated with improved patient safety and experience through a clinically meaningful reduction in serious safety events. Family-cente...

    Authors: Andrew J. Knighton, Ellen J. Bass, Elease J. McLaurin, Michele Anderson, Jennifer D. Baird, Sharon Cray, Lauren Destino, Alisa Khan, Isabella Liss, Peggy Markle, Jennifer K. O’Toole, Aarti Patel, Rajendu Srivastava, Christopher P. Landrigan, Nancy D. Spector and Shilpa J. Patel
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:74
  47. Children and adolescents living with HIV have poorer rates of HIV testing, treatment, and virologic suppression than adults. Strategies that use a systems approach to optimize these multiple, linked steps simu...

    Authors: Kristin Beima-Sofie, Anjuli D. Wagner, Caroline Soi, Wenjia Liu, Deanna Tollefson, Irene N. Njuguna, Emily Ogutu, Douglas Gaitho, Nancy Mburu, Geoffrey Oluoch, Peter Mwaura, Peter Cherutich, Laura Oyiengo, Grace C. John-Stewart, Ruth Nduati, Kenneth Sherr…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:73
  48. To combat the opioid epidemic in the USA, unprecedented federal funding has been directed to states and territories to expand access to prevention, overdose rescue, and medications for opioid use disorder (MOU...

    Authors: Hannah Cheng, Mark P. McGovern, Hélène Chokron Garneau, Brian Hurley, Tammy Fisher, Meaghan Copeland and Daniel Almirall
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:72
  49. Imaging is overused in the management of low back pain, resulting in overdiagnosis, increased healthcare utilisation, and increased costs. Few effective interventions to decrease inappropriate use have been de...

    Authors: Hazel J. Jenkins, Niamh A. Moloney, Simon D. French, Chris G. Maher, Blake F. Dear, John S. Magnussen and Mark J. Hancock
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:71
  50. Although the benefits of evidence-based practices (EBPs) for advancing community outcomes are well-recognized, challenges with the uptake of EBPs are considerable. Technical assistance (TA) is a core capacity ...

    Authors: Victoria C. Scott, Zara Jillani, Adele Malpert, Jenny Kolodny-Goetz and Abraham Wandersman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2022 3:70

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