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  1. Evidence-based interventions (EBIs) often address normative behaviors. If a behavior is also common among clinicians, they may be skeptical about the necessity or effectiveness of an EBI. Alternatively, clinic...

    Authors: Sophia M. Bartels, Huong T. T. Phan, Heidi E. Hutton, Do T. Nhan, Teerada Sripaipan, Jane S. Chen, Sarah L. Rossi, Olivia Ferguson, Ha T. T. Nong, Ngan T. K. Nguyen, Le Minh Giang, Hao T. M. Bui, Geetanjali Chander, Hojoon Sohn, Sol Kim, Ha V. Tran…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:40
  2. HIV burden in the US among people who inject drugs (PWID) is driven by overlapping syndemic factors such as co-occurring health needs and environmental factors that synergize to produce worse health outcomes a...

    Authors: Laramie R. Smith, Amaya Perez-Brumer, Melanie Nicholls, Jayla Harris, Qiana Allen, Alan Padilla, Autumn Yates, Eliza Samore, Rebecca Kennedy, Irene Kuo, Jordan E. Lake, Cecile Denis, David Goodman-Meza, Peter Davidson, Steve Shoptaw and Nabila El-Bassel
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:39
  3. Humanitarian assistance is hindered by a lack of strategies to optimize care delivery through research and organized networks. Distinct from global health, humanitarian assistance struggles to address its mult...

    Authors: Christopher W. Reynolds, Phillip J. Hsu and Dana Telem
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:38
  4. Policymakers and researchers recommend supporting the capabilities of feedback recipients to increase the quality of care. There are different ways to support capabilities. We aimed to describe the content and...

    Authors: Michael Sykes, Zahava R. S. Rosenberg-Yunger, Matthew Quigley, Lavanya Gupta, Owen Thomas, Lisa Robinson, Karen Caulfield, Noah Ivers and Sarah Alderson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:37
  5. Integrated care involves care provided by a team of professionals, often in non-traditional settings. A common example worldwide is integrated school-based mental health (SBMH), which involves externally emplo...

    Authors: Yanchen Zhang, Madeline Larson, Mark G. Ehrhart, Kevin King, Jill Locke, Clayton R. Cook and Aaron R. Lyon
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:36
  6. Providing secondary prevention through structured and comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation programmes to patients after a myocardial infarction (MI) reduces mortality and morbidity and improves health-related...

    Authors: Halldóra Ögmundsdóttir Michelsen, Matthias Lidin, Maria Bäck, Therese Scott Duncan, Björn Ekman, Emil Hagström, Maria Hägglund, Bertil Lindahl, Mona Schlyter and Margrét Leósdóttir
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:35
  7. The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is the United States largest learning health system. The Diffusion of Excellence (DoE) program is a large-scale model of diffusion that identifies and diffuses evidence...

    Authors: Andrea L. Nevedal, Marilla A. Opra Widerquist, Caitlin M. Reardon, Maria Arasim, George L. Jackson, Brandolyn White, Madison Burns, Gemmae M. Fix, Kathryn DeLaughter, Sarah L. Cutrona, Allen L. Gifford, Guneet K. Jasuja, Timothy P. Hogan, Heather A. King, Blake Henderson and Laura J. Damschroder
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:34
  8. Although the importance of context in implementation science is not disputed, knowledge about the actual impact of external context variables on implementation processes remains rather fragmented. Current fram...

    Authors: Ine Huybrechts, Anja Declercq, Emily Verté, Peter Raeymaeckers and Sibyl Anthierens
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:32
  9. Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) is a heritable disorder affecting 1.3 million individuals in the USA. Eighty percent of people with FH are undiagnosed, particularly minoritized populations including Black o...

    Authors: Christina Johnson, Jinbo Chen, Mary P. McGowan, Eric Tricou, Mary Card, Amy R. Pettit, Tamar Klaiman, Daniel J. Rader, Kevin G. Volpp and Rinad S. Beidas
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:30
  10. Theory and correlational research indicate organizational leadership and climate are important for successful implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in healthcare settings; however, experimental evi...

    Authors: Nathaniel J. Williams, Mark G. Ehrhart, Gregory A. Aarons, Susan Esp, Marisa Sklar, Kristine Carandang, Nallely R. Vega, Lauren Brookman-Frazee and Steven C. Marcus
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:29
  11. Authors: Yu-Chu Ella Chung, Yu-Chi Tung, Sheng-Chang Wang, Chieh-Liang Huang, Lian-Yu Chen and Wei J. Chen
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:28

    The original article was published in Implementation Science 2024 19:18

  12. Despite the increased risk of cervical cancer (CC) among women living with HIV (WLHIV), CC screening and treatment (CCST) rates remain low in Africa. The integration of CCST services into established HIV progr...

    Authors: Babayemi O. Olakunde, Ijeoma U. Itanyi, John O. Olawepo, Lin Liu, Chinenye Bembir, Ngozi Idemili-Aronu, Nwamaka N. Lasebikan, Tonia C. Onyeka, Cyril C. Dim, Chibuike O. Chigbu, Echezona E. Ezeanolue and Gregory A. Aarons
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:25
  13. Clinical practice guidelines recommend against the routine use of psychotropic medications in residential aged care facilities (RACFs). Knowledge brokers are individuals or groups who facilitate the transfer o...

    Authors: J. Simon Bell, Adam La Caze, Michelle Steeper, Terry P. Haines, Sarah N. Hilmer, Lakkhina Troeung, Lyntara Quirke, Jacqueline Wesson, Constance Dimity Pond, Laurie Buys, Nazanin Ghahreman-Falconer, Michael T. Lawless, Shakti Shrestha, Angelita Martini, Nancy Ochieng, Francesca Glamorgan…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:24
  14. Antibiotic overuse at hospital discharge is common, costly, and harmful. While discharge-specific antibiotic stewardship interventions are effective, they are resource-intensive and often infeasible for hospit...

    Authors: Julia E. Szymczak, Lindsay A. Petty, Tejal N. Gandhi, Robert A. Neetz, Adam Hersh, Angela P. Presson, Peter K. Lindenauer, Steven J. Bernstein, Brandi M. Muller, Andrea T. White, Jennifer K. Horowitz, Scott A. Flanders, Justin D. Smith and Valerie M. Vaughn
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:23
  15. The United States (US) continues to face decades-long increases in opioid overdose fatalities. As an opioid overdose reversal medication, naloxone can dramatically reduce opioid overdose mortality rates when d...

    Authors: Barrot H. Lambdin, Ricky N. Bluthenthal, Bryan R. Garner, Lynn D. Wenger, Erica N. Browne, Terry Morris, Lee Ongais, Cariné E. Megerian and Alex H. Kral
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:22
  16. Implementation strategies can be a vital leveraging point for enhancing the implementation and dissemination of evidence-based suicide prevention interventions and programming. However, much remains unknown ab...

    Authors: Jason I. Chen, Brandon Roth, Steven K. Dobscha and Julie C. Lowery
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:20
  17. Childhood cancer treatment while often curative, leads to elevated risks of morbidity and mortality. Survivors require lifelong periodic surveillance for late effects of treatment, yet adherence to guideline-r...

    Authors: Jennifer Shuldiner, Emily Lam, Nida Shah, Jeremy Grimshaw, Laura Desveaux, Ruth Heisey, Michael S. Taccone, Monica Taljaard, Kednapa Thavorn, David Hodgson, Sumit Gupta, Aisha Lofters, Noah Ivers and Paul C. Nathan
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:19
  18. Given the steady decline in patient numbers at methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) clinics in Taiwan since 2013, the government initiated Patients’ Medical Expenditure Supplements (PMES) in January 2019 and...

    Authors: Yu-Chu Ella Chung, Yu-Chi Tung, Sheng-Chang Wang, Chieh-Liang Huang, Lian-Yu Chen and Wei J. Chen
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:18

    The Correction to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2024 19:28

  19. The field of implementation science was developed to address the significant time delay between establishing an evidence-based practice and its widespread use. Although implementation science has contributed m...

    Authors: Katy E. Trinkley, Ruopeng An, Anna M. Maw, Russell E. Glasgow and Ross C. Brownson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:17
  20. Sustaining evidence-based practices (EBPs) is crucial to ensuring care quality and addressing health disparities. Approaches to identifying factors related to sustainability are critically needed. One such app...

    Authors: Bo Kim, Jennifer L. Sullivan, Madisen E. Brown, Samantha L. Connolly, Elizabeth G. Spitzer, Hannah M. Bailey, Lauren M. Sippel, Kendra Weaver and Christopher J. Miller
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:16
  21. The gap between research findings and clinical practice is well documented and a range of strategies have been developed to support the implementation of research into clinical practice. The objective of this ...

    Authors: Annette Boaz, Juan Baeza, Alec Fraser and Erik Persson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:15
  22. A myriad of federal, state, and organizational policies are designed to improve access to evidence-based healthcare, but the impact of these policies likely varies due to contextual determinants of, reinterpre...

    Authors: H. Irene Su, Bonnie N. Kaiser, Erika L. Crable, Ricardo Flores Ortega, Sara W. Yoeun, Melina A. Economou, Estefania Fernandez, Sally A. D. Romero, Gregory A. Aarons and Sara B. McMenamin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:14
  23. Cross-system interventions that integrate health, behavioral health, and social services can improve client outcomes and expand community impact. Successful implementation of these interventions depends on the...

    Authors: Alicia C. Bunger, Emmeline Chuang, Amanda M. Girth, Kathryn E. Lancaster, Rebecca Smith, Rebecca J. Phillips, Jared Martin, Fawn Gadel, Tina Willauer, Marla J. Himmeger, Jennifer Millisor, Jen McClellan, Byron J. Powell, Lisa Saldana and Gregory A. Aarons
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:13
  24. This study’s goal is to identify the existing variation in how, why, and by whom anthropological practice is conducted as part of implementation science projects. As doctorally trained anthropologists, we soug...

    Authors: Elissa Z. Faro, Peter Taber, Aaron T. Seaman, Ellen B. Rubinstein, Gemmae M. Fix, Heather Healy and Heather Schacht Reisinger
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:12
  25. Clinical decision support systems (CDSSs) have the potential to improve quality of care, patient safety, and efficiency because of their ability to perform medical tasks in a more data-driven, evidence-based, ...

    Authors: Sophia Ackerhans, Thomas Huynh, Carsten Kaiser and Carsten Schultz
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:11
  26. Implementation science groups change methods into two categories: (1) clinical, behavioral, or biomedical intervention targeting recipient’s health outcomes and (2) implementation strategies targeting the deliver...

    Authors: Justin D. Smith, Dennis H. Li, James L. Merle, Brennan Keiser, Brian Mustanski and Nanette D. Benbow
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:10
  27. Public health programs are charged with implementing evidence-based interventions to support public health improvement; however, to achieve long-term population-based benefits, these interventions must be sust...

    Authors: Sarah Moreland-Russell, Todd Combs, Jessica Gannon, Eliot Jost, Louise Farah Saliba, Kimberly Prewitt, Douglas Luke and Ross C. Brownson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:9
  28. It is unclear how to disseminate the results of randomised controlled trials effectively to health professionals and policymakers to improve treatment, care or prevention through changing policy and practice. ...

    Authors: Annabelle South, Julia V. Bailey, Mahesh K. B. Parmar and Claire L. Vale
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:8
  29. Building healthcare service and health professionals’ capacity and capability to rapidly translate research evidence into health practice is critical to the effectiveness and sustainability of healthcare syste...

    Authors: Olivia King, Emma West, Laura Alston, Hannah Beks, Michele Callisaya, Catherine E. Huggins, Margaret Murray, Kevin Mc Namara, Michael Pang, Warren Payne, Anna Peeters, Mia Pithie, Alesha M. Sayner and Anna Wong Shee
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:7
  30. Although moderate physical activity (PA) during cancer treatment has been associated with improved quality of life, reduced side effects, and even lower mortality, many barriers to successful implementation re...

    Authors: Olivier Aromatario, Linda Cambon, François Alla, Alexis Imbert, Camille Pouchepadass, Nathalie Renvoisé, Sarah Dauchy and Cécile Charles
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:6
  31. Despite substantial research evidence indicating the effectiveness of a range of interventions to prevent falls, uptake into routine clinical practice has been limited by several implementation challenges. The...

    Authors: Maria Bjerk, Signe A. Flottorp, Are Hugo Pripp, Henning Øien, Tonya Moen Hansen, Robbie Foy, Jacqueline Close, Siv Linnerud, Therese Brovold, Rune Solli, Nina Rydland Olsen, Dawn A. Skelton, Elisabeth Rydwik, Jorunn L. Helbostad, Gro Idland, Linda Kvæl…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:5
  32. Little is known about the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of train-the-trainer implementation strategies in supporting mental health evidence-based practices in schools, and about the optimal level of sup...

    Authors: Ricardo Eiraldi, Gwendolyn M. Lawson, Henry A. Glick, Muniya S. Khanna, Rinad Beidas, Jessica Fishman, Quinn Rabenau-McDonnell, Tara Wilson, Rachel Comly, Billie S. Schwartz and Abbas F. Jawad
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:4
  33. Characterizing the diffusion of adopted changes in policy and clinical practice can inform enhanced implementation strategies to ensure prompt uptake in public health emergencies and other rapidly evolving dis...

    Authors: Megan Kurz, Brenda Carolina Guerra-Alejos, Jeong Eun Min, Brittany Barker, Bernadette Pauly, Karen Urbanoski and Bohdan Nosyk
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:3
  34. For approximately one in five children who have social, emotional, and behavioral (SEB) challenges, accessible evidence-based prevention practices (EBPPs) are critical. In the USA, schools are the primary sett...

    Authors: Aaron R. Lyon, Clayton R. Cook, Madeline Larson, Maria L. Hugh, Alex Dopp, Corinne Hamlin, Peter Reinke, Mahasweta Bose, Amy Law, Roger Goosey, Annie Goerdt, Nicole Morrell, Alisha Wackerle-Hollman and Michael D. Pullmann
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:2
  35. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) improve quality and efficiency of healthcare, but effective practices for implementing new ICTs are unknown. From 2019 to 2021, the Veterans Health Administrat...

    Authors: Chelsea Leonard, Evan Carey, Ariel Holstein, P. Michael Ho and Jeffrey T. Heckman
    Citation: Implementation Science 2024 19:1
  36. 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 18:73

    The original article was published in Implementation Science 2023 18:63

  37. Uptake of COVID-19 vaccines remains problematically low in the USA, especially in rural areas. COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy is associated with lower uptake, which translates to higher susceptibility to SARS-CoV-...

    Authors: Geoffrey Curran, Cynthia Mosley, Abigail Gamble, Jacob Painter, Songthip Ounpraseuth, Noel T. Brewer, Ben Teeter, Megan Smith, Jacquie Halladay, Tamera Hughes, J. Greene Shepherd, Tessa Hastings, Kit Simpson and Delesha Carpenter
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:72
  38. Unwarranted clinical variation in hospital care includes the underuse, overuse, or misuse of services. Audit and feedback is a common strategy to reduce unwarranted variation, but its effectiveness varies wide...

    Authors: Mitchell Sarkies, Emilie Francis-Auton, Janet Long, Natalie Roberts, Johanna Westbrook, Jean-Frederic Levesque, Diane E. Watson, Rebecca Hardwick, Kim Sutherland, Gary Disher, Peter Hibbert and Jeffrey Braithwaite
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:71
  39. Fall prevention alarms are commonly used among US hospitals as a fall prevention strategy despite limited evidence of effectiveness. Further, fall prevention alarms are harmful to healthcare staff (e.g., alarm...

    Authors: Kea Turner, Molly McNett, Catima Potter, Emily Cramer, Mona Al Taweel, Ronald I. Shorr and Lorraine C. Mion
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:70
  40. Knowledge translation (KT) strategies are widely used to facilitate the implementation of EBIs into healthcare practices. However, it is unknown what and how KT strategies are used to facilitate the sustainabi...

    Authors: Rachel Flynn, Christine Cassidy, Lauren Dobson, Joyce Al-Rassi, Jodi Langley, Jennifer Swindle, Ian D. Graham and Shannon D. Scott
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:69
  41. Under- and uninsured cancer survivors have significant medical, social, and economic complexity. For these survivors, effective care coordination between oncology and primary care teams is critical for high-qu...

    Authors: Serena A. Rodriguez, Simon Craddock Lee, Robin T. Higashi, Patricia M. Chen, Rebecca L. Eary, Navid Sadeghi, Noel Santini and Bijal A. Balasubramanian
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:68
  42. Germ Defence (www.​germdefence.​org) is an evidence-based interactive website that promotes behaviour change for infection control within households. To maximi...

    Authors: Ben Ainsworth, Jeremy Horwood, Scott R. Walter, Sascha Miller, Melanie Chalder, Frank De Vocht, James Denison-Day, Martha M. C. Elwenspoek, Helen J. Curtis, Chris Bates, Amir Mehrkar, Seb Bacon, Ben Goldacre, Pippa Craggs, Richard Amlôt, Nick Francis…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2023 18:67
  43. 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
  44. 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
  45. 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

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