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Fig. 1 | Implementation Science

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From: Implementation science for ambulatory care safety: a novel method to develop context-sensitive interventions to reduce quality gaps in monitoring high-risk patients

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a Technical Intervention Development Cycle. b Socio-Technical Intervention Development Cycle: Design Seed Theory. The figures show that the socio-technical design seed intervention development adds an intermediate step that translates expressed vulnerabilities into multiple solution possibilities and evaluation markers. In contrast to a singular solution provided when linking a problem directly to a proposed solution, design seeds tease apart the expressed vulnerability to offer a distinct set of evaluable solutions that can be tested independently. Design seeds yield a menu of modular options for implementers considering differing organizational context

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