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  1. Participatory design approaches can improve successful selection and tailoring of implementation strategies by centering the voices of key constituents. To reduce incidence of the human immunodeficiency virus ...

    Authors: Amelia E. Van Pelt, Elizabeth Casline, Gregory Phillips II, Jorge Cestou, Brian Mustanski, Grace Cook and Rinad S. Beidas
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:29
  2. Implementation science researchers often cite clinical champions as critical to overcoming organizational resistance and other barriers to the implementation of evidence-based health services, yet relatively l...

    Authors: Micaela K. Brewington, Tara L. Queen, Jennifer Heisler-MacKinnon, William A. Calo, Sandra Weaver, Chris Barry, Wei Yi Kong, Kathryn L. Kennedy, Christopher M. Shea and Melissa B. Gilkey
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:28
  3. Undiagnosed and untreated hypertension is a main driver of cardiovascular disease and disproportionately affects persons living with HIV (PLHIV) in low- and middle-income countries. Across sub-Saharan Africa, ...

    Authors: Carmen E. Hazim, Igor Dobe, Stephen Pope, Kristjana H. Ásbjörnsdóttir, Orvalho Augusto, Fernando Pereira Bruno, Sergio Chicumbe, Norberto Lumbandali, Inocêncio Mate, Elso Ofumhan, Sam Patel, Riaze Rafik, Kenneth Sherr, Veronica Tonwe, Onei Uetela, David Watkins…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:27
  4. Addressing health inequities that Māori (Indigenous peoples) communities face in New Zealand is a key aim of researchers and practitioners. However, there is limited understanding of the implementation process...

    Authors: John Oetzel, Renei Ngawati, Darrio Penetito-Hemara, Tori Te Puke, Akarere Henry, Sulita Povaru-Bourne and Dianne Sika-Paotonu
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:26
  5. The fit between an intervention and its local context may affect its implementation and effectiveness. Researchers have stated that both fidelity (the degree to which an intervention is delivered, enacted, and...

    Authors: Syed Zain Ahmad, Noah Ivers, Ian Zenlea, Janet A. Parsons, Baiju R. Shah, Geetha Mukerji, Zubin Punthakee and Rayzel Shulman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:25
  6. Economic evaluations alongside implementation trials compare the outcomes and costs of competing implementation strategies to identify the most efficient strategies. The aims of this systematic review were to ...

    Authors: Alayna Carrandi, Amy Grove, Helen Skouteris, Angela Melder, Yanan Hu, Michelle Dever and Alisa Higgins
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:24
  7. The COVID-19 pandemic necessitated rapid changes in healthcare delivery in Guatemala’s public primary care settings. A new hypertension program, implemented as part of a type 2 hybrid trial since 2019, exempli...

    Authors: Alejandra Paniagua-Avila, Rachel C. Shelton, Juan Carlos Figueroa, Ana Lissette Guzman, Laura Gutierrez, Diego Rolando Hernandez-Galdamez, Juan Manuel Ramirez, Javier Rodriguez, Vilma Irazola, Manuel Ramirez-Zea and Meredith P. Fort
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:23
  8. Surgical opioid overprescribing can result in long-term use or misuse. Between July 2018 and March 2019, the multicomponent intervention, Minimizing Opioid Prescribing in Surgery (MOPiS) was implemented in the...

    Authors: Willemijn L. A. Schäfer, Julie K. Johnson, Meagan S. Ager, Cassandra B. Iroz, Reiping Huang, Salva N. Balbale and Jonah J. Stulberg
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:22
  9. Scientific investigation of how to sustain the implementation of evidence-based interventions (EBI) is emerging. Sustaining the implementation of EBIs helps ensure their effects on improving health endure. Ext...

    Authors: Luke Wolfenden, Adam Shoesmith, Alix Hall, Adrian Bauman and Nicole Nathan
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:21

    The Correction to this article has been published in Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:34

  10. Group prenatal care enhances quality of care, improves outcomes, and lowers costs. However, this healthcare innovation is not widely available. Using a case-study approach, our objectives were to (1) examine o...

    Authors: Claire Masters, Rogie Royce Carandang, Jessica B. Lewis, Ashley Hagaman, Rebecca Metrick, Jeannette R. Ickovics and Shayna D. Cunningham
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:20
  11. We applied a longitudinal network analysis approach to assess the formation of knowledge sharing and collaboration networks among care aide-led quality improvement (QI) teams in Canadian nursing homes particip...

    Authors: Reza Yousefi Nooraie, Qiuyuan Qin, Adrian Wagg, Whitney Berta and Carole Estabrooks
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:19
  12. Interest in learning dissemination and implementation (D&I) science is at an all-time high. As founding faculty and fellows of a new center focused on D&I science, we have found that non-specialist researchers...

    Authors: Sara J. Becker, Kira DiClemente-Bosco, Kelli Scott, Sarah A. Helseth, Zabin Patel-Syed and Dennis H. Li
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:18
  13. Most psycho-social interventions contain multiple components. Practitioners often vary in their implementation of different intervention components. Caregiver coaching is a multicomponent intervention for youn...

    Authors: Melanie Pellecchia, David S. Mandell, Liza Tomczuk, Steven C. Marcus, Rebecca Stewart, Aubyn C. Stahmer, Rinad S. Beidas, Sarah R. Rieth and Gwendolyn M. Lawson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:17
  14. Facilitation is an implementation strategy that supports the uptake of evidence-based practices. Recently, use of virtual facilitation (VF), or the application of facilitation using primarily video-based confe...

    Authors: Asya Agulnik, Derrecka Boykin, Denalee M. O’Malley, Julia Price, Mia Yang, Mark McKone, Geoffrey Curran and Mona J. Ritchie
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:16
  15. Low-dose computed tomography (lung cancer screening) can reduce lung cancer-specific mortality by 20–24%. Based on this evidence, the United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends annual lung cancer ...

    Authors: Randi M. Williams, Julia Whealan, Kathryn L. Taylor, Lucile Adams-Campbell, Kristen E. Miller, Kristie Foley, George Luta, Heather Brandt, Katharine Glassmeyer, Anu Sangraula, Peyton Yee, Kaylin Camidge, Joseph Blumenthal, Saumil Modi and Heather Kratz
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:15
  16. Pragmatic measures are essential to evaluate the implementation of evidence-based interventions. Cognitive interviewing, a qualitative method that collects partner feedback throughout measure development, is p...

    Authors: Zabin Patel-Syed, Sara Becker, Miranda Olson, Hailey Rinella and Kelli Scott
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:14
  17. Evidence-based interventions (EBIs) are frequently modified in practice. It is recommended that decisions to modify EBIs should be made deliberately to ensure fidelity-consistency, yet the relationship between...

    Authors: Kristoffer Pettersson, Pernilla Liedgren, Aaron R. Lyon, Henna Hasson and Ulrica von Thiele Schwarz
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:13
  18. Health inequity (HI) remains a major challenge in public health. Improving the health of children with low socioeconomic status (SES) can help to reduce overall HI in children. Childhood obesity is a global pr...

    Authors: Friederike Butscher, Jan Ellinger, Monika Singer and Christoph Mall
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:12
  19. Children with sickle cell anemia (SCA) are at high risk for stroke. Protocols for stroke prevention including blood transfusions, screening for abnormal non-imaging transcranial Doppler (TCD) measurements, and...

    Authors: Halima Bello-Manga, Lawal Haliru, Kudirat Ahmed, Samuel Ige, Hayatu Musa, Zainab Kwaru Muhammad-Idris, Binshak Monday, Abdulrashid M. Sani, Kemberlee Bonnet, David G. Schlundt, Taniya Varughese, Abdulkadir M. Tabari, Michael R. DeBaun, Ana A. Baumann and Allison A. King
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:10
  20. Health research is often driven by the desire to improve the care and health of the community; however, the translation of research evidence into policy and practice is not guaranteed. Knowledge translation (K...

    Authors: Amanda Thijsen, Barbara Masser, Tanya Ellen Davison and Anna Williamson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:9
  21. STRIDE is a supervised walking program designed to address the negative consequences of immobility during hospitalization for older adults. In an 8-hospital stepped wedge randomized controlled trial, STRIDE wa...

    Authors: Caitlin B. Kappler, Cynthia J. Coffman, Karen M. Stechuchak, Ashley Choate, Cassie Meyer, Leah L. Zullig, Jaime M. Hughes, Connor Drake, Nina R. Sperber, Brystana G. Kaufman, Courtney H. Van Houtven, Kelli D. Allen and Susan N. Hastings
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:8
  22. The HEARTS technical package was developed by the World Health Organization to address the implementation gap in cardiovascular disease prevention in low- and middle-income countries. Guatemala is a middle-inc...

    Authors: Irmgardt Alicia Wellmann, Luis Fernando Ayala, José Javier Rodríguez, Timothy C. Guetterman, Vilma Irazola, Eduardo Palacios, Mark D. Huffman, Peter Rohloff, Michele Heisler, Manuel Ramírez-Zea and David Flood
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:7
  23. Mailed fecal immunochemical test (FIT) outreach and patient navigation are evidence-based practices shown to improve rates of colorectal cancer (CRC) and follow-up in various settings, yet these programs have ...

    Authors: Jennifer Coury, Gloria Coronado, Jessica J. Currier, Erin S. Kenzie, Amanda F. Petrik, Brittany Badicke, Emily Myers and Melinda M. Davis
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:6

    The Correction to this article has been published in Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:11

  24. Eating disorders have one of the highest mortality rates among psychiatric illnesses. Timely intervention is crucial for effective treatment, as eating disorders tend to be chronic and difficult to manage if l...

    Authors: Jennifer L. Couturier, Melissa Kimber, Catherine Ford, Jennifer S. Coelho, Gina Dimitropoulos, Ayisha Kurji, Jonathan Boman, Leanna Isserlin, Jason Bond, Chelsea Soroka, Anna Dominic, Ahmed Boachie, Gail McVey, Mark Norris, Nicole Obeid, David Pilon…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:5
  25. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is an effective HIV prevention method and a key component of Philadelphia’s Community Plan to End the HIV Epidemic (EHE). However, significant barriers to accessing PrEP exist a...

    Authors: Stephen Bonett, Anjali Mahajan, Daniel Teixeira da Silva, Javontae Williams, Kathleen Brady, José Bauermeister and Sarah M. Wood
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:4
  26. Considerable disparities in chronic pain management have been identified. Persons in rural, lower income, and minoritized communities are less likely to receive evidence-based, nonpharmacologic care. Telehealt...

    Authors: Julie M. Fritz, Bryan Gibson, David W. Wetter, Guilherme Del Fiol, Victor Solis, Isaac Ford, Kelly Lundberg and Anne Thackeray
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:3
  27. People with schizophrenia have a lower colorectal screening rate than the general population. A previous study reported an intervention using case management to encourage colorectal cancer screening for patien...

    Authors: Masaki Fujiwara, Yuto Yamada, Tsuyoshi Etoh, Taichi Shimazu, Masafumi Kodama, Norihito Yamada, Takahiro Asada, Shigeo Horii, Takafumi Kobayashi, Teruo Hayashi, Yoshitaka Ehara, Kenji Fukuda, Keita Harada, Maiko Fujimori, Miyuki Odawara, Hirokazu Takahashi…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:2
  28. South Africa has deployed community health workers (CHWs) to support individuals to enter and stay in HIV/TB care. Although CHWs routinely encounter patients with mental health (particularly depression) and su...

    Authors: Bronwyn Myers, Kristen S. Regenauer, Alexandra Rose, Kim Johnson, Sibabalwe Ndamase, Nonceba Ciya, Imani Brown, John Joska, Ingrid V. Bassett, Jennifer M. Belus, Tianzhou (Charles) Ma, Goodman Sibeko and Jessica F. Magidson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2024 5:1
  29. The impact of both implementation strategies (IS) and evidence-based interventions (EBI) can vary across contexts, and a better understanding of how and why this occurs presents fundamental but challenging que...

    Authors: Aaloke Mody, Lindsey M. Filiatreau, Charles W. Goss, Byron J. Powell and Elvin H. Geng
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:157
  30. Implementation evaluations based on a hybrid deductive-inductive approach provide a detailed understanding of organizational choices to introduce and implement complex interventions and may help explain implem...

    Authors: James H. Ford II, Anna T. Nora and Christopher J. Crnich
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:156
  31. Rapid and mass transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus amongst vulnerable people led to devastating effects from COVID-19 in care homes. The CONTACT intervention introduced Bluetooth Low Energy ‘smart’ wearable d...

    Authors: Carl A. Thompson, Amrit Daffu-O’Reilly, Thomas Willis, Adam Gordon, Catherine Noakes, Kishwer Khaliq, Amanda Farrin, Andrew Kemp, Tom Hall, Chris Bojke and Karen Spilsbury
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:155
  32. Assessing the fidelity of intervention components enables researchers to make informed judgements about the influence of those components on the observed outcome. The ‘Implementing work-related Mental health g...

    Authors: Vera Camões-Costa, Samantha Chakraborty, Fatima Mozaffari, Alexander Collie, Justin Kenardy, Bianca Brijnath, Duncan Mortimer, Joanne Enticott, Michael Kidd, Lyndal Trevena, Sharon Reid and Danielle Mazza
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:154
  33. Systematic approaches are needed to accurately characterize the dynamic use of implementation strategies and how they change over time. We describe the development and preliminary evaluation of the Longitudina...

    Authors: Justin D. Smith, Wynne E. Norton, Sandra A. Mitchell, Christine Cronin, Michael J. Hassett, Jennifer L. Ridgeway, Sofia F. Garcia, Raymond U. Osarogiagbon, Don S. Dizon, Jessica D. Austin, Whitney Battestilli, Joshua E. Richardson, Nathan K. Tesch, David Cella, Andrea L. Cheville and Lisa D. DiMartino
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:153
  34. For youth receiving care in community mental health centers, comorbidities are the rule rather than the exception. Using measurement-based care (MBC), or the routine evaluation of symptoms to inform care decis...

    Authors: Ruben G. Martinez, Bryan J. Weiner, Rosemary D. Meza, Shannon Dorsey, Lorella G. Palazzo, Abigail Matson, Carolyn Bain, Kayne D. Mettert, Michael D. Pullmann and Cara C. Lewis
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:152
  35. Applying the knowledge gained through implementation science can support the uptake of research evidence into practice; however, those doing and supporting implementation (implementation practitioners) may fac...

    Authors: Jessica Reszel, Olivia Daub, Jenny Leese, Hanna Augustsson, Danielle Moeske Bellows, Christine E. Cassidy, Beth E. Crowner, Sandra I. Dunn, Lisa B. Goodwin, Alison M. Hoens, Sarah C. Hunter, Elizabeth A. Lynch, Jennifer L. Moore, Miriam R. Rafferty, Wendy Romney, Dawn Stacey…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:151
  36. Screening lies at the heart of preventive care. However, COVID-19 dramatically disrupted routine screening efforts, resulting in excess mortality not directly attributable to COVID-19. Screening rates during C...

    Authors: Sylvia J. Hysong, Traber Davis Giardina, Jennifer Freytag, Richard SoRelle, Daniel R. Murphy, Jeffrey A. Cully, Yvonne H. Sada and Amber B. Amspoker
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:150
  37. Improving access to high-quality healthcare for individuals in correctional settings is critical to advancing health equity in the United States. Compared to the general population, criminal-legal involved ind...

    Authors: Tonya B. Van Deinse, Melissa J. Zielinski, Stephanie Brooks Holliday, Brittany N. Rudd and Erika L. Crable
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:149
  38. Clinicians often report that their own anxiety and low self-efficacy inhibit their use of evidence-based suicide prevention practices, including gold-standard screening and brief interventions. Exposure therap...

    Authors: Emily M. Becker-Haimes, Megan Brady, Jesslyn Jamison, Shari Jager-Hyman, Megan E. Reilly, Esha Patel, Gregory K. Brown, David S. Mandell and Maria A. Oquendo
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:148
  39. Vestibular rehabilitation is a safe and effective exercise-based treatment for patients with chronic vestibular symptoms. However, it is underused in general practice. Internet-based vestibular rehabilitation ...

    Authors: Hà T. N. Ngo, Otto R. Maarsingh, Raymond van de Berg, Marco H. Blanker, Tjasse D. Bruintjes, René Castien, Rob Dijkstra, Sandra Rutgers, Pauline Slottje, Jos W. R. Twisk, Lucy Yardley, Jettie Bont and Vincent A. van Vugt
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:147
  40. Smoking is the leading risk factor for death worldwide. In Japan, although several evidence-based interventions (EBIs) for smoking cessation have been disseminated or adopted, there is a gap between scientific...

    Authors: Tomomi Nagasawa, Junko Saito, Miyuki Odawara, Yuki Kaji, Keiichi Yuwaki, Haruhiko Imamura, Kazuya Nogi, Masakazu Nakamura and Taichi Shimazu
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:146
  41. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a prevalent social determinant of health. The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends routine IPV screening of women, but uptake remains variable. The Veterans Health Ad...

    Authors: Omonyêlé L. Adjognon, Julianne E. Brady, Katherine M. Iverson, Kelly Stolzmann, Melissa E. Dichter, Robert A. Lew, Megan R. Gerber, Galina A. Portnoy, Samina Iqbal, Sally G. Haskell, Le Ann E. Bruce and Christopher J. Miller
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:145
  42. US Veterans are four times more likely to be diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) compared to the civilian population with no care model that consistently improves Veteran outcomes when ...

    Authors: Edward C. Portillo, Martha A. Maurer, Jordyn T. Kettner, Sonia D. Bhardwaj, Ziting Zhang, Cassie Sedgwick, Aaron M. Gilson, Jamie A. Stone, Nora Jacobson, Rose Hennessy-Garza, Sarah Will, M. Shawn McFarland, Heather Ourth and Michelle A. Chui
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:143
  43. The National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) has made great strides in increasing accessibility to its year-long, evidence-based lifestyle change program, with around 3000 organizations having delivered the ...

    Authors: Lillian Madrigal, Regine Haardörfer, Michelle C. Kegler, Sarah Piper, Linelle M. Blais, Mary Beth Weber and Cam Escoffery
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:142
  44. More than 90% of children with cancer live in low-resourced settings, where survival is only 20%. Sustainable evidence-based (EB) interventions yielding ongoing beneficial patient outcomes are critical to impr...

    Authors: Virginia McKay, Bobbi Carothers, Dylan Graetz, Sara Malone, Maria Puerto-Torres, Kim Prewitt, Adolfo Cardenas, Yichen Chen, Meenakshi Devidas, Douglas A. Luke and Asya Agulnik
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:141
  45. In the USA, 19% of new HIV infections occur among cisgender women (cis women); however, only 10% of eligible cis women have been prescribed pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for the prevention of HIV infection (...

    Authors: Jennifer A. Pellowski, Devon M. Price, Arielle Desir, Sarit Golub, Don Operario and Jonathan Purtle
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:140
  46. To address the evolving needs and context changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we adapted Connect for Health, an evidence-based, primary care, pediatric weight management intervention. The objective of this stud...

    Authors: Meg Simione, Kelly Aschbrenner, Haley Farrar-Muir, Man Luo, Jazmin Granadeno, Ariadne Caballero-Gonzalez, Sarah N. Price, Carlos Torres, Alexy Arauz Boudreau, Lauren Fiechtner, Simon J. Hambidge, Kerry Sease and Elsie M. Taveras
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:139
  47. Maternal mortality remains stubbornly high in Ghana. Current national efforts are focused on improving the quality of care offered in health facilities. Obstetric triage is one intervention that has been propo...

    Authors: Rohit Ramaswamy, Stephanie Bogdewic, Caitllin R. Williams, Sylvia Deganus, Gifty Ama Bonzi, Joana Boakye, Emelia Koranteng, Rosemond Mensah, Alice Amanor, Fiona Bryce and Medge D. Owen
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:138
  48. Supported asthma self-management, incorporating an asthma action plan and annual clinical review, has been recommended by UK/global guidelines for over three decades. However, implementation remains poor, as o...

    Authors: Liz Steed, Jessica Sheringham, Kirstie McClatchey, Vicky Hammersley, Viv Marsh, Noelle Morgan, Tracy Jackson, Steve Holmes, Stephanie Taylor and Hilary Pinnock
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:136

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