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  1. Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in Kenyan women. Integrating cervical cancer screening into family planning (FP) clinics is a promising strategy to improve health for reproductive-aged wom...

    Authors: McKenna C. Eastment, George Wanje, Barbra A. Richardson, Emily Mwaringa, Shem Patta, Kenneth Sherr, Ruanne V. Barnabas, Kishorchandra Mandaliya, Walter Jaoko and R. Scott Mcclelland
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:66
  2. Increased breast density augments breast cancer risk and reduces mammography sensitivity. Supplemental breast MRI screening can significantly increase cancer detection among women with dense breasts. However, ...

    Authors: Anne Marie McCarthy, Claudia Fernandez Perez, Rinad S. Beidas, Justin E. Bekelman, Daniel Blumenthal, Elizabeth Mack, Anna-Marika Bauer, Sarah Ehsan, Emily F. Conant, Bernadette C. Wheeler, Carmen E. Guerra, Linda W. Nunes, Peter Gabriel, Abigail Doucette, E. Paul Wileyto, Alison M. Buttenheim…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:65
  3. Dual randomized controlled trials (DRCT) are type 2 hybrid studies that include two randomized trials: one testing implementation strategies and one testing an intervention. We argue that this study design off...

    Authors: June Stevens, Sarah Denton Mills, Thomas J. Millett, Feng-Chang Lin and Jennifer Leeman
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:64
  4. Audit and feedback (A&F) is among the most widely used implementation strategies, providing healthcare professionals with summaries of their practice performance to prompt behaviour change and optimize care. W...

    Authors: Jacob Crawshaw, Carly Meyer, Vivi Antonopoulou, Jesmin Antony, Jeremy M. Grimshaw, Noah Ivers, Kristin Konnyu, Meagan Lacroix, Justin Presseau, Michelle Simeoni, Sharlini Yogasingam and Fabiana Lorencatto
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:63
  5. To identify barriers and facilitators associated with the sustainability of implemented and evaluated improvement programs in healthcare delivery systems.

    Authors: Yvonne Zurynski, Kristiana Ludlow, Luke Testa, Hanna Augustsson, Jessica Herkes-Deane, Karen Hutchinson, Gina Lamprell, Elise McPherson, Ann Carrigan, Louise A. Ellis, Putu Novi Arfirsta Dharmayani, Carolynn L. Smith, Lieke Richardson, Genevieve Dammery, Nehal Singh and Jeffrey Braithwaite
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:62
  6. Context including the external context may considerably affect the adoption, implementation, sustainment, and scale-up of evidence-based practices. We investigated external contextual features by conducting a ...

    Authors: Jaakko Harkko, Noora Sipilä, Hilla Nordquist, Tea Lallukka, Kaija Appelqvist-Schmidlechner, Michael Donnelly and Anne Kouvonen
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:61
  7. Informal caregivers of people with dementia (PwD) living at home are often the primary source of care, and, in their role, they often experience loss of quality of life. Implementation science knowledge is nee...

    Authors: Eden Meng Zhu, Martina Buljac-Samardžić, Kees Ahaus, Nick Sevdalis and Robbert Huijsman
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:60
  8. The Black Lives Matter movement and COVID-19 pandemic motivated the wide-scale adoption of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) initiatives within healthcare organizations and the creation of DEI...

    Authors: Tory H. Hogan, Brian P. O’Rourke, Eddie Weeks, Geoffrey A. Silvera and Seongwon Choi
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:59
  9. Over the past three decades, policy actors and actions have been highly influential in supporting the implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in mental health settings. An early examination of these ...

    Authors: Whitney K. Wortham, Aaron H. Rodwin, Jonathan Purtle, Michelle R. Munson and Ramesh Raghavan
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:58
  10. Germline genetic testing is recommended by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) for individuals including, but not limited to, those with a personal history of ovarian cancer, young-onset (< 50 yea...

    Authors: Heather Symecko, Robert Schnoll, Rinad S. Beidas, Justin E. Bekelman, Daniel Blumenthal, Anna-Marika Bauer, Peter Gabriel, Leland Boisseau, Abigail Doucette, Jacquelyn Powers, Jacqueline Cappadocia, Danielle B. McKenna, Robert Richardville, Lauren Cuff, Ryan Offer, Elizabeth G. Clement…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:57
  11. The Expert Recommendations for Implementing Change (ERIC) project developed a compilation of implementation strategies that are intended to standardize reporting and evaluation. Little is known about the appli...

    Authors: Kathryn L. Lovero, Christopher G. Kemp, Bradley H. Wagenaar, Ali Giusto, M. Claire Greene, Byron J. Powell and Enola K. Proctor
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:56
  12. The status of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) as the ‘gold standard’ for evaluating efficacy in healthcare interventions is increasingly debated among the research community, due to often insufficient cons...

    Authors: Allison Williams, Laura Lennox, Matthew Harris and Grazia Antonacci
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:55
  13. Audit and feedback (A&F) is a widely used implementation strategy to influence health professionals’ behavior that is often tested in implementation trials. This study examines how A&F trials describe sustaina...

    Authors: Celia Laur, Zeenat Ladak, Alix Hall, Nathan M. Solbak, Nicole Nathan, Shewit Buzuayne, Janet A. Curran, Rachel C. Shelton and Noah Ivers
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:54
  14. Although healthcare is delivered in inherently multilevel contexts, implementation science has no widely endorsed methodological standards defining the characteristics of rigorous, multilevel implementation re...

    Authors: Rebecca Lengnick-Hall, Nathaniel J. Williams, Mark G. Ehrhart, Cathleen E. Willging, Alicia C. Bunger, Rinad S. Beidas and Gregory A. Aarons
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:52
  15. Inequities in implementation contribute to the unequal benefit of health interventions between groups of people with differing levels of advantage in society. Implementation science theories, models and framew...

    Authors: Papillon Gustafson, Yasmin Abdul Aziz, Michelle Lambert, Karen Bartholomew, Nicole Rankin, Adam Fusheini, Rachel Brown, Peter Carswell, Mihi Ratima, Patricia Priest and Sue Crengle
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:51
  16. Financial barriers in substance use disorder service systems have limited the widespread adoption—i.e., provider-level reach—of evidence-based practices (EBPs) for youth substance use disorders. Reach is essen...

    Authors: Alex R. Dopp, Sarah B. Hunter, Mark D. Godley, Isabelle González, Michelle Bongard, Bing Han, Jonathan Cantor, Grace Hindmarch, Kerry Lindquist, Blanche Wright, Danielle Schlang, Lora L. Passetti, Kelli L. Wright, Beau Kilmer, Gregory A. Aarons and Jonathan Purtle
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:50
  17. Practical and feasible methods for matching implementation strategies to diagnosed barriers of evidence-based interventions in real-world contexts are lacking. This evaluation compared actual implementation st...

    Authors: Vera Yakovchenko, Carolyn Lamorte, Matthew J. Chinman, David E. Goodrich, Sandra Gibson, Angela Park, Jasmohan S. Bajaj, Heather McCurdy, Timothy R. Morgan and Shari S. Rogal
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:49
  18. Routine data are increasingly used in randomised controlled trials evaluating healthcare interventions. They can aid participant identification, outcome assessment, and intervention delivery. Randomised implem...

    Authors: Charis Xuan Xie, Lixin Sun, Elizabeth Ingram, Anna De Simoni, Sandra Eldridge, Hilary Pinnock and Clare Relton
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:47
  19. There continues to be a need for COVID-19 testing that is pragmatic, community-centered, and sustainable. This study will refine and test implementation strategies prioritized by community partners: (1) walk-u...

    Authors: Nicole A. Stadnick, Louise C. Laurent, Kelli L. Cain, Marva Seifert, Maria Linda Burola, Linda Salgin, Paul Watson, William Oswald, Fatima A. Munoz, Sharon F. Velasquez, Justin D. Smith, Jingjing Zou and Borsika A. Rabin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:46
  20. Intensive care unit (ICU) patients on mechanical ventilation often require sedation and analgesia to improve comfort and decrease pain. Prolonged sedation and analgesia, however, may increase time on mechanica...

    Authors: Colin K. Grissom, Richard Holubkov, Lori Carpenter, Bridgett Hanna, Jason R. Jacobs, Christopher Jones, Andrew J. Knighton, Lindsay Leither, Dee Lisonbee, Ithan D. Peltan, Carrie Winberg, Doug Wolfe and Rajendu Srivastava
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:45
  21. Strategies for supporting evidence-informed health policy are a recognized but understudied area of policy dissemination and implementation science. Codesign describes a set of strategies potentially well suit...

    Authors: Sarah Cusworth Walker, Barbara Baquero, Betty Bekemeier, McKenna Parnes and Kashika Arora
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:44
  22. A proliferation of theories, models, and frameworks (TMFs) have been developed in the implementation science field to facilitate the implementation process. The basic features of these TMFs have been identifie...

    Authors: Yingxuan Wang, Eliza Lai-Yi Wong, Per Nilsen, Vincent Chi-ho Chung, Yue Tian and Eng-Kiong Yeoh
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:43
  23. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is well known to most healthcare professionals. Implementing EBP in clinical practice is a complex process that can be challenging and slow. Lack of EBP knowledge, skills, attitud...

    Authors: Nils Gunnar Landsverk, Nina Rydland Olsen and Therese Brovold
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:42
  24. Contingency management (CM) is an evidence-based intervention for stimulant use and is highly effective in combination with medication for opioid use disorder. Yet, uptake of CM in opioid treatment programs th...

    Authors: Sara J. Becker, Kira DiClemente-Bosco, Kelli Scott, Tim Janssen, Sarah M. Salino, Fariha N. Hasan, Kimberly R. Yap and Bryan R. Garner
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:41
  25. People with type 1 diabetes and raised glucose levels are at greater risk of retinopathy, nephropathy, neuropathy, cardiovascular disease, sexual health problems and foot disease. The UK National Institute for...

    Authors: Michael Sykes, Bethan Copsey, Tracy Finch, David Meads, Amanda Farrin, Jenny McSharry, Naomi Holman, Bob Young, Alex Berry, Kat Ellis, Lauren Moreau, Thomas Willis, Sarah Alderson, Melissa Girling, Elaine O’Halloran and Robbie Foy
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:37
  26. De-implementation of low-value care can increase health care sustainability. We evaluated the reporting of direct costs of de-implementation and subsequent change (increase or decrease) in health care costs in...

    Authors: Petra Falkenbach, Aleksi J. Raudasoja, Robin W. M. Vernooij, Jussi M. J. Mustonen, Arnav Agarwal, Yoshitaka Aoki, Marco H. Blanker, Rufus Cartwright, Herney A. Garcia-Perdomo, Tuomas P. Kilpeläinen, Olli Lainiala, Tiina Lamberg, Olli P. O. Nevalainen, Eero Raittio, Patrick O. Richard, Philippe D. Violette…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:36
  27. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a complex condition common among individuals treated in behavioral healthcare, but TBI screening has not been adopted in these settings which can affect optimal clinical decisio...

    Authors: Kathryn A. Hyzak, Alicia C. Bunger, Jennifer Bogner, Alan K. Davis and John D. Corrigan
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:35
  28. Collaborative approaches to knowledge translation (KT) are important for advancing community-engaged research. However, there is a need for examples of participatory approaches that have effectively supported ...

    Authors: Ashleigh Domingo, Jennifer Yessis, Kerry-Ann Charles, Kelly Skinner and Rhona M. Hanning
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:34
  29. More than half a million Americans died of an opioid-related overdose between 1999 and 2020, the majority occurring between 2015 and 2020. The opioid overdose mortality epidemic disproportionately impacts Blac...

    Authors: Christopher F. Akiba, Sheila V. Patel, Lynn D. Wenger, Antonio Morgan-Lopez, Gary A. Zarkin, Stephen Orme, Peter J. Davidson, Alex H. Kral and Barrot H. Lambdin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:33
  30. Successful implementation and utilization of Computerized Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) in hospitals is complex and challenging. Implementation science, and in particular the Nonadoption, Abandonmen...

    Authors: Bridget Abell, Sundresan Naicker, David Rodwell, Thomasina Donovan, Amina Tariq, Melissa Baysari, Robin Blythe, Rex Parsons and Steven M. McPhail
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:32
  31. Proctor and colleagues’ 2011 paper proposed a taxonomy of eight implementation outcomes and challenged the field to address a research agenda focused on conceptualization, measurement, and theory building. Ten...

    Authors: Enola K. Proctor, Alicia C. Bunger, Rebecca Lengnick-Hall, Donald R. Gerke, Jared K. Martin, Rebecca J. Phillips and Julia C. Swanson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:31

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  32. Most implementations fail before the corresponding services are ever delivered. Measuring implementation process fidelity may reveal when and why these attempts fail. This knowledge is necessary to support the ac...

    Authors: Zoe M. Alley, Jason E. Chapman, Holle Schaper and Lisa Saldana
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:30
  33. Disentangling the interplay between experience-based intuition and theory-informed implementation is crucial for identifying the direct contribution theory can make for generating behaviour changes needed for ...

    Authors: Natalie Taylor, Skye McKay, Janet C. Long, Clara Gaff, Kathryn North, Jeffrey Braithwaite, Jill J. Francis and Stephanie Best
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:29
  34. COVID-19 inequities are abundant in low-income communities of color. Addressing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy to promote equitable and sustained vaccination for underserved communities requires a multi-level, sca...

    Authors: Borsika A. Rabin, Kelli L. Cain, Paul Watson Jr., William Oswald, Louise C. Laurent, Audra R. Meadows, Marva Seifert, Fatima A. Munoz, Linda Salgin, Jeannette Aldous, Edgar A. Diaz, Miguel Villodas, Santosh Vijaykumar, Sean T. O’Leary and Nicole A. Stadnick
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:28
  35. While simple Audit & Feedback (A&F) has shown modest effectiveness in reducing low-value care, there is a knowledge gap on the effectiveness of multifaceted interventions to support de-implementation efforts. ...

    Authors: Lynne Moore, Mélanie Bérubé, Amina Belcaid, Alexis F. Turgeon, Monica Taljaard, Robert Fowler, Natalie Yanchar, Éric Mercier, Jérôme Paquet, Henry Thomas Stelfox, Patrick Archambault, Simon Berthelot, Jason R. Guertin, Barbara Haas, Noah Ivers, Jeremy Grimshaw…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:27
  36. An important cervical cancer prevention strategy in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) has been single-visit screen-and-treat (SV-SAT) approach, using visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) and ablativ...

    Authors: Michelle B. Shin, Lynda Myra Oluoch, Ruanne V. Barnabas, Colin Baynes, Harriet Fridah, Jesse Heitner, Mary Bernadette Kerubo, Kenneth Ngure, Leeya F. Pinder, Katherine K. Thomas, Nelly Rwamba Mugo and Sarah Gimbel
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:26
  37. To bring evidence-based interventions (EBIs) to individuals with behavioral health needs, psychosocial interventions must be delivered at scale. Despite an increasing effort to implement effective treatments i...

    Authors: Margaret E. Crane, Philip C. Kendall, Bruce F. Chorpita, Matthew R. Sanders, Allen R. Miller, Carolyn Webster-Stratton, Jenna McWilliam, Judith S. Beck, Ceth Ashen, Dennis D. Embry, John A. Pickering and Eric L. Daleiden
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:24
  38. The Communicate Study is a partnership project which aims to transform the culture of healthcare systems to achieve excellence in culturally safe care for First Nations people. It responds to the ongoing impac...

    Authors: Anna P. Ralph, Stuart Yiwarr McGrath, Emily Armstrong, Rarrtjiwuy Melanie Herdman, Leah Ginnivan, Anne Lowell, Bilawara Lee, Gillian Gorham, Sean Taylor, Marita Hefler and Vicki Kerrigan
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:23
  39. Deimplementation, the removal or reduction of potentially hazardous approaches to care, is key to progressing social equity in health. While the benefits of opioid agonist treatment (OAT) are well-evidenced, w...

    Authors: Anna Conway, Alison D. Marshall, Sione Crawford, Jeremy Hayllar, Jason Grebely and Carla Treloar
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:22
  40. Permanent supportive housing (PSH)—subsidized housing paired with support services such as case management—is a key part of national strategic plans to end homelessness. PSH tenants face high overdose risk due...

    Authors: Kelly M. Doran, Allison Torsiglieri, Stephanie Blaufarb, Patricia Hernandez, Emily Melnick, Lauren Velez, Charles M. Cleland, Charles Neighbors, Megan A. O’Grady and Donna Shelley
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:21
  41. A quality improvement strategy (PReCePT) was used in a standard and enhanced format to scale up a clinical intervention (administering magnesium sulphate to women in preterm labour) across all maternity units ...

    Authors: Sabi Redwood, Christalla Pithara-McKeown, Tracey Stone, Emma Treloar, Jenny L. Donovan and Karen Luyt
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:19
  42. Optimal strategies to facilitate implementation of evidence-based clinical pathways are unclear. We evaluated two implementation strategies (Core versus Enhanced) to facilitate implementation of a clinical pat...

    Authors: Phyllis Butow, Mona M. Faris, Joanne Shaw, Patrick Kelly, Sharon He, Marnie Harris, Jessica Cuddy, Lindy Masya, Liesbeth Geerligs, Brian Kelly, Afaf Girgis, Nicole Rankin, Philip Beale, Thomas F. Hack, Laura Kirsten, Haryana Dhillon…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:18
  43. Breast cancer clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) offer evidence-based recommendations to improve quality of healthcare for patients. Suboptimal compliance with breast cancer guideline recommendations remains ...

    Authors: Ignacio Ricci-Cabello, Darla Carvallo-Castañeda, Adrián Vásquez-Mejía, Pablo Alonso-Coello, Zuleika Saz-Parkinson, Elena Parmelli, Gian Paolo Morgano, David Rigau, Ivan Solà, Luciana Neamtiu and Ena Niño-de-Guzmán
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:17

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