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  1. People with a mental health condition are more likely to engage in risk behaviours compared to people without. Delivery of preventive care to improve such behaviours is recommended for community mental health ...

    Authors: Casey Regan, Kate Bartlem, Caitlin Fehily, Elizabeth Campbell, Christophe Lecathelinais, Emma Doherty, Luke Wolfenden, Richard Clancy, Marcia Fogarty, Agatha Conrad and Jenny Bowman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:137
  2. The Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System Community Hospital Transitions Program (CHTP) was implemented as a nurse-led intervention to reduce barriers that patients experience when transitioning from communi...

    Authors: Tiffany Radcliff, Roman Ayele, Marina McCreight, Wenhui Lui and Catherine Battaglia
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:135
  3. Structured lifestyle change education reduces the burden of cardiometabolic diseases such as diabetes. Delivery of these programs at worksites could overcome barriers to program adoption and improve program su...

    Authors: Mary Beth Weber, Elizabeth C. Rhodes, Harish Ranjani, Panniyammakal Jeemon, Mohammed K. Ali, Monique M. Hennink, Ranjit M. Anjana, Viswanathan Mohan, K. M. Venkat Narayan and Dorairaj Prabhakaran
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:134
  4. Obtaining information on implementation strategy costs and local budget impacts from multiple perspectives is essential to data-driven decision-making about resource allocation for successful evidence-based in...

    Authors: Andria B. Eisman, Jacob Whitman, Lawrence A. Palinkas, Judy Fridline, Christina Harvey, Amy M. Kilbourne and David W. Hutton
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:133
  5. As a relatively new field, dissemination and implementation research has not been included as a separate study design category for ethical consideration compared with clinical and social/behavioral research, y...

    Authors: Emmanuel K. Tetteh, Elvin H. Geng and Mark D. Huffman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:132
  6. To meet the growing demand for implementation science expertise, building capacity is a priority. Various training opportunities have emerged to meet this need. To ensure rigor and achievement of specific impl...

    Authors: Amelia E. Van Pelt, Christopher P. Bonafide, Katharine A. Rendle, Courtney Wolk, Judy A. Shea, Amanda Bettencourt, Rinad S. Beidas and Meghan B. Lane-Fall
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:131
  7. Teledermatology (TD) is an evidence-based practice that may increase access to dermatologic care. We sought to use the Exploration, Preparation, Implementation, and Sustainment (EPIS) and the Reach, Efficacy, ...

    Authors: Meenal K. Kheterpal, Ethan D. Borre, Udeyvir Cheema, Matilda W. Nicholas, Edward W. Cooner, Donna Phinney, Kelly Gagnon, Leah L. Zullig, Heather A. King, Elizabeth J. Malcolm and Suephy C. Chen
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:130
  8. The Long-Term Care QUERI program supported implementation of the Life-Sustaining Treatment Decisions Initiative in US Veterans Health Administration long-term care settings. The program worked with eleven Comm...

    Authors: Jennifer Kononowech, Winifred Scott, Zach Landis-Lewis and Anne E. Sales
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:129
  9. Long-acting injectable antiretroviral therapy (LAI-ART) represents the next innovation in HIV therapy. Pre-implementation research is needed to develop effective strategies to ensure equitable access to LAI-AR...

    Authors: Kimberly A. Koester, Jonathan A. Colasanti, Moira C. McNulty, Kaylin Dance, Xavier A. Erguera, Manami Diaz Tsuzuki, Mallory O. Johnson, John A. Sauceda, Elizabeth Montgomery, John Schneider and Katerina A. Christopoulos
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:128
  10. It is challenging to identify and understand the specific mechanisms through which an implementation strategy affects implementation outcomes, as implementation happens in the context of complex, multi-level s...

    Authors: Bo Kim, Gracelyn Cruden, Erika L. Crable, Andrew Quanbeck, Brian S. Mittman and Anjuli D. Wagner
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:127
  11. Implementing evidence-based healthcare practices (EBPs) is a complex endeavour and often lags behind research-informed decision processes. Understanding and systematically improving implementation using implem...

    Authors: Johanna Freund, Alexandra Piotrowski, Leah Bührmann, Caroline Oehler, Ingrid Titzler, Anna-Lena Netter, Sebastian Potthoff, David Daniel Ebert, Tracy Finch, Juliane Köberlein-Neu and Anne Etzelmüller
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:126
  12. Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a leading cause of chronic pain and disability and one of the most common conditions treated in outpatient physical therapy (PT). Because of the high and growing prevalence of knee ...

    Authors: Sara Webb, Connor Drake, Cynthia J. Coffman, Caitlin Sullivan, Nina Sperber, Matthew Tucker, Leah L. Zullig, Jaime M. Hughes, Brystana G. Kaufman, John A. Pura, Livia Anderson, Susan N. Hastings, Courtney H. Van Houtven, Lauren M. Abbate, Helen Hoenig, Lindsay A. Ballengee…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:125
  13. Currently, 20 states in the USA have passed policies allowing pharmacists to prescribe short-acting hormonal contraception, including pills, patches, and vaginal rings. Yet, utilization of these services remai...

    Authors: Rebecca G. Simmons, Jami Baayd, Casey Tak, David K. Turok, Sarah Elliott and Justin D. Smith
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:124
  14. The school-located influenza vaccinations (SLIV) can increase influenza vaccination and reduce influenza infections among school-aged children. However, the vaccination rate has remained low and varied widely ...

    Authors: Ruijie Yan, Xuejun Yin, Yiluan Hu, Huan Wang, Chris Sun, Enying Gong, Xin Xin and Juan Zhang
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:123
  15. Population-wide genomic screening for CDC Tier-1 conditions offers the ability to identify the 1–2% of the US population at increased risk for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer, Lynch Syndrome, and Familial...

    Authors: Caitlin G. Allen, Katherine Sterba, Samantha Norman, Amy Jackson, Kelly J. Hunt, Lori McMahon and Daniel P. Judge
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:122
  16. Half of child-welfare-involved children and adolescents meet the criteria for at least one mental health diagnosis. This project proposes to improve successful mental health service linkage in child welfare se...

    Authors: Marisa Sklar, Ryan Kenneally, Gregory A. Aarons and Danielle L. Fettes
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:121
  17. Integrated Knowledge Translation (IKT) and other forms of research co-production are increasingly recognized as valuable approaches to knowledge creation as a way to better facilitate the implementation of sci...

    Authors: Jenna Dixon, Emily Shantz, Ann E. Clarke and Susan J. Elliott
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:120
  18. Selecting effective implementation strategies to support guideline-concordant dental care is a complex process. We are drawing on data collected during the DISGO study to reflect on barriers we encountered in ...

    Authors: Inga Gruß, Tim Dawson, Charles D. Kaplan, Daniel J. Pihlstrom, Jeffrey L. Fellows and Deborah E. Polk
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:119
  19. Adoption of colorectal cancer (CRC) screening has lagged in community health center (CHC) populations in the USA. To address this implementation gap, we developed a multilevel intervention to improve screening...

    Authors: Renée M. Ferrari, Jennifer Leeman, Alison T. Brenner, Sara Y. Correa, Teri L. Malo, Alexis A. Moore, Meghan C. O’Leary, Connor M. Randolph, Shana Ratner, Leah Frerichs, Deeonna Farr, Seth D. Crockett, Stephanie B. Wheeler, Kristen Hassmiller Lich, Evan Beasley, Michelle Hogsed…
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:118
  20. Continued tobacco use in cancer patients increases the risk of cancer treatment failure and decreases survival. However, currently, most cancer patients do not receive evidence-based tobacco treatment. A recen...

    Authors: Joshua W. Ohde, David O. Warner, Jason S. Egginton and Hildi J. Hagedorn
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:117
  21. To increase uptake of implementation science (IS) methods by researchers and implementers, many have called for ways to make it more accessible and intuitive. The purpose of this paper is to describe the iPRIS...

    Authors: Katy E. Trinkley, Russell E. Glasgow, Sidney D’Mello, Meredith P. Fort, Bryan Ford and Borsika A. Rabin
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:116
  22. Considerable efforts have been made to improve guideline adherence in healthcare through de-implementation, such as decreasing the prescription of inappropriate medicines. However, we have limited knowledge ab...

    Authors: Jennifer Dunsmore, Eilidh Duncan, Sara MacLennan, James N’Dow and Steven MacLennan
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:115
  23. Normalisation process theory (NPT) provides researchers with a set of tools to support the understanding of the implementation, normalisation and sustainment of an intervention in practice. Previous reviews of...

    Authors: Hayley Carter, David Beard, Alison Harvey, Paul Leighton, Fiona Moffatt, Benjamin Smith, Kate Webster and Pip Logan
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:114
  24. Engaging policy actors in research design and execution is critical to increasing the practical relevance and real-world impact of policy-focused dissemination and implementation science. Identifying and selec...

    Authors: Gracelyn Cruden, Erika L. Crable, Rebecca Lengnick-Hall and Jonathan Purtle
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:113
  25. There is a need for pragmatic and reliable measures of sound factors that affect evidence-based practice (EBP) adoption and implementation in different languages and cultural environments. The Implementation L...

    Authors: Marta Llarena, Heather Lynn Rogers, Patricia Macia, Susana Pablo, Marta Gonzalez- Saenz de Tejada, Marta Montejo, Natalia Paniagua, Javier Benito, Mikel Rueda, Borja Santos, Gonzalo Grandes and Alvaro Sanchez
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:112
  26. Policy is receiving increasing attention in the field of implementation science. However, there remains a lack of clear, concise guidance about how policy can be conceptualized in implementation science resear...

    Authors: Jonathan Purtle, Corrina Moucheraud, Lawrence H. Yang and Donna Shelley
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:111
  27. Research findings are not always disseminated in ways preferred by audiences, and research dissemination is not always considered a priority by researchers. While designing for dissemination (D4D) provides an ...

    Authors: Yiluan Hu, Xuejun Yin, Enying Gong, Jing Liu, Xia Liu, Ruitai Shao, Juan Zhang and Ross C Brownson
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:110
  28. The fundamental components of a vaccine delivery system are well-documented, but robust evidence is needed on how the related processes and implementation strategies — including the facilitators and barriers — co...

    Authors: Cam Escoffery, Emily Awino Ogutu, Zoe Sakas, Kyra A. Hester, Anna Ellis, Katie Rodriguez, Chandni Jaishwal, Chenmua Yang, Sameer Dixit, Anindya Bose, Moussa Sarr, William Kilembe, Robert A. Bednarczyk and Matthew C. Freeman
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:109
  29. There is little guidance for conducting health equity-focused economic evaluations of evidence-based practices in resource-constrained settings, particularly with respect to staff time use. Investigators must ...

    Authors: Douglas E. Levy, Deepinder Singh, Kelly A. Aschbrenner, Madeline E. Davies, Leslie Pelton-Cairns and Gina R. Kruse
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:108
  30. South African national tuberculosis (TB) guidelines, in accordance with the World Health Organization, recommend conducting routine household TB contact investigation with provision of TB preventive therapy (T...

    Authors: Brittney J. van de Water, Michael Wilson, Karl le Roux, Ben Gaunt, Sarah Gimbel and Norma C. Ware
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:107
  31. Logic models map the short-term and long-term outcomes that are expected to occur with a program, and thus are an essential tool for evaluation. Funding agencies, especially in the United States (US), have enc...

    Authors: Douglas V. Easterling, Rebekah R. Jacob, Ross C. Brownson, Debra Haire-Joshu, Daniel A. Gundersen, Heather Angier, Jennifer E. DeVoe, Sonja Likumahuwa-Ackman, Thuy Vu, Russell E. Glasgow and Robert Schnoll
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:106
  32. A key question in implementation science is how to balance adaptation and fidelity in translating interventions to new settings. There is growing consensus regarding the importance of planned adaptations to deliv...

    Authors: Bonnie N. Kaiser, Julia Kaufman, Jonathan Taylor Wall, Elsa A. Friis Healy, David Ayuku, Gregory A. Aarons and Eve S. Puffer
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:105
  33. Caring for people with dementia is complex, and there are various evidence-based interventions. However, a gap exists between the available interventions and how to implement them. The objectives of our review...

    Authors: Mike Rommerskirch-Manietta, Christina Manietta, Daniel Purwins, Jana Isabelle Braunwarth, Tina Quasdorf and Martina Roes
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:104
  34. Numerous transitional care innovations (TCIs) are being developed and implemented to optimize care continuity for older persons when transferring between multiple care settings, help meet their care needs, and...

    Authors: Amal Fakha, Bram de Boer, Jan. P. Hamers, Hilde Verbeek and Theo van Achterberg
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:103
  35. World Health Organization (WHO) HEARTS packages are increasingly used to control hypertension. However, their feasibility in persons living with HIV (PLHIV) is unknown. We studied the effectiveness and impleme...

    Authors: Martin Muddu, Fred Collins Semitala, Isaac Derick Kimera, Douglas Joseph Musimbaggo, Mary Mbuliro, Rebecca Ssennyonjo, Simon Peter Kigozi, Rodgers Katwesigye, Florence Ayebare, Christabellah Namugenyi, Frank Mugabe, Gerald Mutungi, Chris T. Longenecker, Anne R. Katahoire, Jeremy I. Schwartz and Isaac Ssinabulya
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:102
  36. More than half of cancers could be prevented by employing evidence-based interventions (EBIs), including prevention interventions targeting nutrition, physical activity, and tobacco. Federally qualified health...

    Authors: Rebekka M. Lee, James G. Daly, Kamini Mallick, Shoba Ramanadhan, Cristina Huebner Torres, Cassidy R. Hayes, Alyssa Bertolini, Ra’Shaun Nalls and Karen M. Emmons
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:101
  37. Implementation researchers often combine the Theoretical Domain Framework (TDF) and Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) in their studies. However there is some debate on the merits of usi...

    Authors: B. O’Donovan, C. Kirke, M. Pate, S. McHugh, K. Bennett and C. Cahir
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:100
  38. Few training opportunities or resources for non-expert implementers focus on the “practice” as opposed to the “science” of knowledge translation (KT). As a guide for novice implementers, we present an open-acc...

    Authors: Christine Fahim, Melissa Courvoisier, Nadia Somani, Fatiah De Matas and Sharon E. Straus
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:99
  39. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a leading cause of liver-related mortality and morbidity. Despite effective direct acting antivirals and a simplified treatment algorithm, limited access to HCV treatment in vulnerab...

    Authors: Anmol Desai, Lauren O’Neal, Kia Reinis, Cristal Brown, Michael Stefanowicz, Audrey Kuang, Deepak Agrawal, Darlene Bhavnani and Tim Mercer
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:98
  40. Family caregiver training decreases caregiver psychological burden and improves caregiver depressive symptoms and health-related quality of life. Caregivers FIRST is an evidence-based group skills training cur...

    Authors: Kasey Decosimo, Connor Drake, Cynthia J. Coffman, Nina R. Sperber, Matthew Tucker, Jaime M. Hughes, Leah L. Zullig, Trisha Chadduck, Leah Christensen, Brystana Kaufman, Kelli D. Allen, S. Nicole Hastings and Courtney H. Van Houtven
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:97
  41. Implementation evaluation should focus on implementation success, guided by theories and frameworks. With high staff vacancies in the health services, it is important to consider pragmatic methods of data coll...

    Authors: Andria Hanbury, Nyasha Mafirakureva, Nicola Chicken and Liam Bailey
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:96
  42. The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in disruptions to routine HIV services for youth living with HIV (YLH), provoking rapid adaptation to mitigate interruptions in care. The Adolescent Transition to Adult Care for ...

    Authors: Dorothy Imbuka Mangale, Alvin Onyango, Cyrus Mugo, Caren Mburu, Nok Chhun, Dalton Wamalwa, Irene Njuguna, Arianna Rubin Means, Grace John-Stewart, Bryan J. Weiner and Kristin Beima-Sofie
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:95
  43. Audit and feedback (A&F) is an implementation strategy that can facilitate implementation tailoring by identifying gaps between desired and actual clinical care. While there are several theory-based propositio...

    Authors: Mira D. H. Snider, Meredith R. Boyd, Madison R. Walker, Byron J. Powell and Cara C. Lewis
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:94
  44. There is a higher risk for HIV acquisition during pregnancy and postpartum. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is recommended during this period for those at high risk of infection; integrated delivery in materna...

    Authors: Sarah Hicks, Ben Odhiambo, Felix Abuna, Julia C. Dettinger, Nancy Ngumbau, Laurén Gómez, Joseph Sila, George Oketch, Enock Sifuna, Bryan J. Weiner, Grace John-Stewart, John Kinuthia and Anjuli D. Wagner
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:93
  45. Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a framework for implementing evidence-based interventions for preventing behavioral issues and improving climate in schools. The implementation of schoo...

    Authors: Hannah G. Calvert, Michaela McQuilkin, Ashley Havlicak, Teri Lewis and Lindsey Turner
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:92
  46. The United States has been grappling with the opioid epidemic, which has resulted in over 75,000 opioid-related deaths between April 2020 and 2021. Evidence-based pharmaceutical interventions (buprenorphine, m...

    Authors: Carla C. Garcia, Mark Bounthavong, Adam J. Gordon, Allison M. Gustavson, Marie E. Kenny, Wendy Miller, Aryan Esmaeili, Princess E. Ackland, Barbara A. Clothier, Ann Bangerter, Siamak Noorbaloochi, Alex H. S. Harris and Hildi J. Hagedorn
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:91
  47. Approximately 115,000 young adults will experience their first episode of psychosis (FEP) each year in the USA. Coordinated specialty care (CSC) for early psychosis is an evidence-based early intervention mode...

    Authors: Oladunni Oluwoye, Ari Lissau, Sheldon Stokes, Alexandria T. Selloni, Najé James, Solmaz Amiri, Michael G. McDonell and Deidre M. Anglin
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:90
  48. Practice facilitators (PFs) coach practices through quality improvement (QI) initiatives aimed at enhancing patient outcomes and operational efficiencies. Practice facilitation is a dynamic intervention that, ...

    Authors: Kent F. Sutton, Erica L. Richman, Jennifer R. Rees, Liza L. Pugh-Nicholson, Macie M. Craft, Shannon H. Peaden, Orysya Soroka, Monique Mackey, Doyle M. Cummings, Andrea L. Cherrington, Monika M. Safford and Jacqueline R. Halladay
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:89
  49. This study examined campus and clinic factors that may influence likelihood of implementing sexual violence (SV) prevention for college students seeking care in campus health and counseling centers.

    Authors: Jocelyn C. Anderson, Gabrielle Peruggia, Summer Miller-Walfish, Janine Talis, Carmen Burrell, Micaela Hayes and Elizabeth Miller
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:88
  50. Half of people living with HIV (PLWH) in sub-Saharan Africa default from care within two years. In Uganda, and across sub-Saharan Africa, traditional healers (TH) are ubiquitous and often serve as the first li...

    Authors: Radhika Sundararajan, Matthew Ponticiello, Giselle Birch, Gabriel Nuwagaba, Rinu Alaiku, Denis Nansera, Juliet Mwanga-Amumpaire and Winnie Muyindike
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2023 4:87

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