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Achieving Clinician Uptake

Luis H. Zayas describes the relationship between intervention design and clinical adoption.

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Blending Pediatric and Mental Health Cultures in a Rural Setting

John V. Campo discusses mental health services that have been integrated into a primary care practice in a rural community.

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Broadening the Scope Through the Clinical Trials Network

José Szapocznik explains that the Clinical Trials Network helps translate research findings into clinical practice.

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Challenges in Conducting a Randomized Trial in a Real-World Agency

Recruitment, tracking, and staff turnover were some of the challenges that Sigrid James and Devon Brooks faced when conducting research in a community setting.

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Designing School-based Interventions

Read practical advice about designing and implementing a violence prevention program in schools by Lisa Jaycox, Daniel F. McCaffrey, Beverly Weidmer Ocampo, Gene A. Shelley, Susan M. Blake, Joan Kub, and Donna J. Peterson.

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Developing a Robust School Intervention for Traumatized Children

Bradley Stein describes the development of the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools.

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Dissemination and Implementation to Achieve Results

Richard Davis describes how both dissemination and implementation impact the effectiveness of interventions in the community.

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Embedding Implementation Research

Martha Zaslow discusses including causal evaluation research and ethnography in implementation studies.

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Empowerment Evaluation Can Guide Program Implementation

Abe Wandersman discusses how empowerment evaluation can help you plan more systematically, implement with quality, evaluate a program, and use evaluation results to guide improvement efforts.

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Expanding the Definition of Evidence

Richard Puddy considers the value of three different types of evidence: best available research evidence, contextual evidence, and experiential evidence.

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Fidelity and Infidelity

John A. Ovretveit discusses the importance of assessing not only the quality of an intervention, but how a particular intervention will work within a given context.

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Flexibility in the Protocol

Joe Price describes how group facilitators learned to personalize the intervention to meet the immediate needs of the participants.

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Getting Buy-in at All Levels

Talking to the principal, teachers, students, and parents is vital for successful implementation, states Marleen Wong.

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Implementing Interventions Requires a Non-Linear Approach

Richard Puddy notes that social interventions often are highly complex and unpredictable, leading to benefits as well as challenges.

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Implementing Social-Emotional Learning in Schools

The development of state-level standards for social-emotional learning will improve sustainability, suggests Marc Brackett.

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It's Not a Simple Issue

Disseminating interventions from the lab to the clinic is not easy, states Joaquin Borrego, Jr.

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Making the Curriculum Adaptable

Marc Brackett explains that flexibility in curriculum implementation increases buy-in among teachers.

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Mission-Driven Research

Dean L. Fixsen talks about the history of implementation science.

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Mobilizing a Community to Solve Problems

Abe Wandersman claims that addressing community-based problems requires involvement from the community.

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Opportunities in Implementation Science

Richard Puddy encourages early career researchers to explore beyond the traditional paradigms of evidence-based strategies.

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Organizational Readiness

Pia Escudero emphasizes the importance of strategic planning.

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Project Evaluation Should Begin Early On

Abe Wandersman asserts that the logic and tools of evaluation, when introduced early on in a project, can facilitate planning, implementation, and continuous quality improvement.

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Selecting Sites

In this article, Sharon Mihalic discusses her experiences with Blueprints for Violence Prevention in choosing sites for program implementation.

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Teamwork from the Beginning

Implementation research by definition requires a team structure, states Dean L. Fixsen.

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The Future of Implementation Science

Brian Mittman shares his hopes that more effective implementation approaches are identified, pursued, and evaluated in the next few years.

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The Influence of Context in Successful Implementation

John A. Øvretveit points out that the effectiveness of an intervention may depend on contextual variables.

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The Intersection of Environment and Expression

José Szapocznik believes that an integrated view of addictions impacts health.

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The Role of the CDC Implementation and Dissemination Branch

Richard Puddy explains how the CDC Implementation and Dissemination Branch builds statewide capacity for effective implementation of evidence-based programs.

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The Science of Implementation

It is important that researchers consider how interventions will be adopted, implemented, and sustained, states Bradley Stein.

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Track Your Progress Closely

Philip A. Fisher advocates taking an active approach toward implementation.

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Training Clinicians to Tailor Interventions

Luis H. Zayas talks about the fidelity of interventions in clinical practice.

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Training Providers

José Szapocznik finds the perfect metaphor to explain why a protocol might need adaptation to a site.

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We're Not Here to Tell You How to Do It

Joe Price discusses the importance of treating foster parents as a respected part of the research process.

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What Does it Take to Actually Achieve Outcomes?

Abe Wandersman discusses Getting to Outcomes, a 10-step approach to achieving results-based accountability.

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Dissemination and Implementation to Achieve Results
Richard Davis describes how both dissemination and implementation impact the effectiveness of interventions in the community.


Opportunities in Implementation Science
Richard Puddy encourages early career researchers to explore beyond the traditional paradigms of evidence-based strategies.



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