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  1. To test the effectiveness of a comprehensive team-based intervention to improve human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination completion rates and reduce missed opportunities to vaccinate in rural Oregon.

    Authors: Patricia A. Carney, Brigit Hatch, Isabel Stock, Caitlin Dickinson, Melinda Davis, Rex Larsen, Steele Valenzuela, Miguel Marino, Paul M. Darden, Rose Gunn, Laura Ferrara and Lyle J. Fagnan
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:30
  2. Children with autism receive most of their intervention services in public schools, but implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) for autism varies. Studies suggest that individual (attitudes) and orga...

    Authors: Jill Locke, Gwendolyn M. Lawson, Rinad S. Beidas, Gregory A. Aarons, Ming Xie, Aaron R. Lyon, Aubyn Stahmer, Max Seidman, Lindsay Frederick, Cristine Oh, Christine Spaulding, Shannon Dorsey and David S. Mandell
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:29
  3. Alignment across levels of leadership within an organization is needed for successful implementation of evidence-based practice. The leadership and organizational change for implementation (LOCI) intervention ...

    Authors: Karina M. Egeland, Ane-Marthe Solheim Skar, Mathilde Endsjø, Erlend Høen Laukvik, Harald Bækkelund, Aida Babaii, Lene Beate Granly, Gry Kristina Husebø, Randi Hovden Borge, Mark G. Ehrhart, Marisa Sklar, C. Hendricks Brown and Gregory A. Aarons
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:28
  4. Researchers could benefit from methodological advancements to advance uptake of new treatments while also reducing healthcare disparities. A comprehensive determinants framework for healthcare disparity implem...

    Authors: Eva N. Woodward, Monica M. Matthieu, Uchenna S. Uchendu, Shari Rogal and JoAnn E. Kirchner
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:26
  5. This article describes a study protocol for testing the Measurement Training and Feedback System for Implementation (MTFS-I) and comparing two implementation strategies for MTFS-I delivery. MTFS-I is a web-bas...

    Authors: Aaron Hogue, Sarah Dauber, Molly Bobek, Amanda Jensen-Doss and Craig E. Henderson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:25
  6. Post-stroke disability is common, costly, and projected to increase. Acute stroke treatments can substantially reduce post-stroke disability, but few patients take advantage of these cost-effective treatments....

    Authors: Lesli E. Skolarus, Anne E. Sales, Marc A. Zimmerman, Casey L. Corches, Zach Landis-Lewis, Maria Cielito Robles, A. Camille McBride, Narmeen Rehman, Alina Oliver, Nishat Islam, Mellanie V. Springer, Alison O’Brien, Sarah Bailey, Lewis B. Morgenstern, William J. Meurer and James F. Burke
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:24
  7. The science of effective teams is well documented; far less is known, however, about how specific team configurations may impact primary care team effectiveness. Further, teams experiencing frequent personnel ...

    Authors: Sylvia J. Hysong, Amber B. Amspoker, Ashley M. Hughes, Lechauncy Woodard, Frederick L. Oswald, Laura A. Petersen and Houston F. Lester
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:22
  8. To meet emergent healthcare needs, innovations need to be implemented into routine clinical practice. Community pharmacy is increasingly considered a setting through which innovations can be implemented to ach...

    Authors: Natalie M. Weir, Rosemary Newham, Emma Dunlop and Marion Bennie
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:21
  9. The World Health Organization (WHO) revised its clinical guidelines for management of childhood pneumonia in 2013. Significant delays have occurred during previous introductions of new guidelines into routine ...

    Authors: Philip Ayieko, Grace Irimu, Morris Ogero, Paul Mwaniki, Lucas Malla, Thomas Julius, Mercy Chepkirui, George Mbevi, Jacquie Oliwa, Ambrose Agweyu, Samuel Akech, Fred Were and Mike English
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:20
  10. Medical professionals have access to a broad range of resources to address clinical information needs. While much attention is given to new sources of data such as those available on the internet, it is less c...

    Authors: Julia Melkers, Diana Hicks, Kimberley R. Isett, Dorota T. Kopycka-Kedzierawski, Gregg H. Gilbert, Simone Rosenblum, Vanessa Burton, Rahma Mungia, Michael J. Melkers and George Ford
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:19
  11. Many public health programs fail because of an inability to implement tested interventions in diverse, complex settings. The field of implementation science is engaged in developing strategies for successful i...

    Authors: Rohit Ramaswamy, Joe Mosnier, Kristin Reed, Byron J. Powell and Anna P. Schenck
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:18
  12. While it is recommended that childcare services implement policies and practices to support obesity prevention, there remains limited evidence to inform policy and practice. The aim of this study is to examine...

    Authors: Meghan Finch, Fiona Stacey, Jannah Jones, Sze Lin Yoong, Alice Grady and Luke Wolfenden
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:17
  13. Although there is growing recognition that the implementation of evidence-based practices is a social process, the conceptualization of social capital in implementation frameworks often conflates bonding and b...

    Authors: Jennifer Watling Neal and Zachary P. Neal
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:16
  14. Implementation researchers have typically studied organizational culture and climate by testing whether individual dimensions are linked to the implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) rather than exa...

    Authors: Nathaniel J. Williams, Hannah E. Frank, Lindsay Frederick, Rinad S. Beidas, David S. Mandell, Gregory A. Aarons, Philip Green and Jill Locke
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:15
  15. Health care delivery and outcomes can be improved by using innovations (i.e., new ideas, technologies, and practices) supported by scientific evidence. However, scientific evidence may not be the foremost fact...

    Authors: R. Urquhart, C. Kendell, L. Geldenhuys, A. Ross, M. Rajaraman, A. Folkes, L. L. Madden, V. Sullivan, D. Rayson and G. A. Porter
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:14
  16. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported an error in one of the authors’ names. In this Correction the incorrect and correct author name are shown. The original article has been ...

    Authors: Nadine E. Andrew, Sandy Middleton, Rohan Grimley, Craig S. Anderson, Geoffrey A. Donnan, Natasha A. Lannin, Enna Stroil-Salama, Brenda Grabsch, Monique F. Kilkenny, Janet E. Squires and Dominique A. Cadilhac
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:13

    The original article was published in Implementation Science 2019 14:6

  17. The ACS QUIK trial showed that a multicomponent quality improvement toolkit intervention resulted in improvements in processes of care for patients with acute myocardial infarction in Kerala but did not improv...

    Authors: Kavita Singh, Raji Devarajan, Padinhare P. Mohanan, Abigail S. Baldridge, Dimple Kondal, David E. Victorson, Kunal N. Karmali, Lihui Zhao, Donald M. Lloyd-Jones, Dorairaj Prabhakaran, Shifalika Goenka and Mark D. Huffman
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:12
  18. It is challenging to conduct and quickly disseminate findings from in-depth qualitative analyses, which can impede timely implementation of interventions because of its time-consuming methods. To better unders...

    Authors: Randall C. Gale, Justina Wu, Taryn Erhardt, Mark Bounthavong, Caitlin M. Reardon, Laura J. Damschroder and Amanda M. Midboe
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:11
  19. Interpersonal relationships among professionals drive both the adoption and rejection of consequential innovations. Through relationships, decision-makers learn which colleagues are choosing to adopt innovatio...

    Authors: Lisa A. Cranley, Janice M. Keefe, Deanne Taylor, Genevieve Thompson, Amanda M. Beacom, Janet E. Squires, Carole A. Estabrooks, James W. Dearing, Peter G. Norton and Whitney B. Berta
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:10
  20. National leaders recommend documenting social determinants of health and actions taken to address social determinants of health in electronic health records, and a growing body of evidence suggests the health ...

    Authors: Rachel Gold, Arwen Bunce, Erika Cottrell, Miguel Marino, Mary Middendorf, Stuart Cowburn, Dagan Wright, Ned Mossman, Katie Dambrun, Byron J. Powell, Inga Gruß, Laura Gottlieb, Marla Dearing, Jason Scott, Nadia Yosuf and Molly Krancari
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:9
  21. Smokers usually abstain from tobacco while hospitalized but relapse after discharge. Inpatient interventions may encourage sustained quitting. We previously demonstrated that a decision support tool embedded i...

    Authors: Steven L. Bernstein, June Weiss, Michelle DeWitt, Jeanette M. Tetrault, Allen L. Hsiao, James Dziura, Scott Sussman, Ted Miller, Kelly Carpenter, Patrick O’Connor and Benjamin Toll
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:8
  22. Shared decision-making (SDM) is rarely implemented in pediatric practice. Pediatric health decision-making differs from that of adult practice. Yet, little is known about the factors that influence the impleme...

    Authors: Laura Boland, Ian D. Graham, France Légaré, Krystina Lewis, Janet Jull, Allyson Shephard, Margaret L. Lawson, Alexandra Davis, Audrey Yameogo and Dawn Stacey
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:7
  23. Organizational context is one factor influencing the translation of evidence into practice, but data pertaining to patients with acute stroke are limited. We aimed to determine the associations of organization...

    Authors: Nadine E. Andrew, Sandy Middleton, Rohan Grimley, Craig S. Anderson, Geoffrey A. Donnan, Natasha A. Lannin, Enna Stroil-Salama, Brenda Grabsch, Monique F. Kilkenny, Janet E. Squires and Dominique A. Cadilhac
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:6

    The Correction to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2019 14:13

  24. Mitigating the risks of adverse outcomes from opioids is critical. Thus, the Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System developed the Stratification Tool for Opioid Risk Management (STORM), a dashboard to assist ...

    Authors: Matthew Chinman, Walid F. Gellad, Sharon McCarthy, Adam J. Gordon, Shari Rogal, Maria K. Mor and Leslie R. M. Hausmann
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:5
  25. Evidence-based guidelines for management of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in the emergency department (ED) are now widely available; however, clinical practice remains inconsistent with these guidelines. ...

    Authors: Marije Bosch, Joanne E. McKenzie, Jennie L. Ponsford, Simon Turner, Marisa Chau, Emma J. Tavender, Jonathan C. Knott, Russell L. Gruen, Jill J. Francis, Sue E. Brennan, Andrew Pearce, Denise A. O’Connor, Duncan Mortimer, Jeremy M. Grimshaw, Jeffrey V. Rosenfeld, Susanne Meares…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:4
  26. Many psychosocial interventions are disseminated and supported by organizations, termed “Intermediary/Purveyor Organizations” (IPOs). Because IPOs remain largely unstudied, we lack understanding of their scale...

    Authors: Enola Proctor, Cole Hooley, Amber Morse, Stacey McCrary, Hyunil Kim and Patricia L. Kohl
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:3
  27. Guidance from economic evaluations on which implementation strategies represent the best return on investment will be critical to advancing the Triple Aim of health care: improving patient care and population ...

    Authors: Alex R. Dopp, Peter Mundey, Lana O. Beasley, Jane F. Silovsky and Daniel Eisenberg
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:2
  28. Effective implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) remains a significant challenge. Numerous existing models and frameworks identify key factors and processes to facilitate implementation. However, th...

    Authors: Joanna C. Moullin, Kelsey S. Dickson, Nicole A. Stadnick, Borsika Rabin and Gregory A. Aarons
    Citation: Implementation Science 2019 14:1
  29. Inappropriate medication and polypharmacy increase morbidity, hospitalisation rate, costs and mortality in multimorbid patients. At hospital discharge of elderly patients, polypharmacy is often even more prono...

    Authors: Thomas Grischott, Stefan Zechmann, Yael Rachamin, Stefan Markun, Corinne Chmiel, Oliver Senn, Thomas Rosemann, Nicolas Rodondi and Stefan Neuner-Jehle
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:155
  30. Implementation of clinical health promotion (CHP) aiming at better health gain is slow despite its effect. CHP focuses on potentially modifiable lifestyle risks such as smoking, alcohol, diet, and physical ina...

    Authors: Jeff Kirk Svane, Shu-Ti Chiou, Oliver Groene, Milena Kalvachova, Mirna Zagrajski Brkić, Isao Fukuba, Tiiu Härm, Jerneja Farkas, Yen Ang, Mikkel Østerheden Andersen and Hanne Tønnesen
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:153
  31. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a complex process. To quantify it, one has to also consider individual and contextual factors using multiple measures. Modern measurement approaches are available to optimize t...

    Authors: Fadi Al Zoubi, Nancy Mayo, Annie Rochette and Aliki Thomas
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:152
  32. Since 2012 Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance has provided financial support for HPV vaccine introduction in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs); however, funding has been contingent on establishing a demonstrati...

    Authors: Caroline Soi, Sarah Gimbel, Baltazar Chilundo, Vasco Muchanga, Luisa Matsinhe and Kenneth Sherr
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:151
  33. Over the past years, implementation science has gained more and more importance in German-speaking countries. Reliable and valid questionnaires are needed for evaluating the implementation of evidence-based pr...

    Authors: Christina Kien, Marie-Therese Schultes, Monika Szelag, Rudolf Schoberberger and Gerald Gartlehner
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:150
  34. Middle managers are in a unique position to promote the implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in healthcare organizations, yet knowledge of middle managers’ role in implementation and determinants ...

    Authors: Sarah Birken, Alecia Clary, Amir Alishahi Tabriz, Kea Turner, Rosemary Meza, Alexandra Zizzi, Madeline Larson, Jennifer Walker and Martin Charns
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:149
  35. Following the publication of this article [1], the authors reported a number of errors which are given below.

    Authors: T. J. Stephens, C. J. Peden, R. M. Pearse, S. E. Shaw, T. E. F. Abbott, E. L. Jones, D. Kocman and G. Martin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:148

    The original article was published in Implementation Science 2018 13:142

  36. Evidence-based guidelines for the management of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in the emergency department (ED) are now widely available, and yet, clinical practice remains inconsistent with the guidelines...

    Authors: Duncan Mortimer, Marije Bosch, Joanne E. Mckenzie, Simon Turner, Marisa Chau, Jennie L. Ponsford, Jonathan C. Knott, Russell L. Gruen and Sally E. Green
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:147
  37. The original British instrument the Normalization Process Theory Measure (NoMAD) is based on the four core constructs of the Normalization Process Theory: Coherence, Cognitive Participation, Collective Action,...

    Authors: Marie Elf, Sofi Nordmark, Johan Lyhagen, Inger Lindberg, Tracy Finch and Anna Cristina Åberg
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:146
  38. Dissemination of evidence-based practices that can reduce morbidity and mortality is important to combat the growing opioid overdose crisis in the USA. Research and expert consensus support reducing high-dose ...

    Authors: Amanda M. Midboe, Steve Martino, Sarah L. Krein, Joseph W. Frank, Jacob T. Painter, Michael Chandler, Allison Schroeder, Brenda T. Fenton, Lara Troszak, Taryn Erhardt, Robert D. Kerns and William C. Becker
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:145
  39. Men with prostate cancer are often castrated with long-acting injectable drugs termed androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). Although many benefit, ADT is also used in patients with little or nothing to gain. The...

    Authors: Ted A. Skolarus, Sarah T. Hawley, Daniela A. Wittmann, Jane Forman, Tabitha Metreger, Jordan B. Sparks, Kevin Zhu, Megan E. V. Caram, Brent K. Hollenbeck, Danil V. Makarov, John T. Leppert, Jeremy B. Shelton, Vahakn Shahinian, Sriram Srinivasaraghavan and Anne E. Sales
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:144
  40. Theories, models, and frameworks (TMF) are foundational for generalizing implementation efforts and research findings. However, TMF and the criteria used to select them are not often described in published art...

    Authors: Sarah A. Birken, Catherine L. Rohweder, Byron J. Powell, Christopher M. Shea, Jennifer Scott, Jennifer Leeman, Mary E. Grewe, M. Alexis Kirk, Laura Damschroder, William A. Aldridge II, Emily R. Haines, Sharon Straus and Justin Presseau
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:143
  41. The ‘Facilitating Implementation of Research Evidence’ study found no significant differences between sites that received two types of facilitation support and those that did not on the primary outcome of docu...

    Authors: Gill Harvey, Brendan McCormack, Alison Kitson, Elizabeth Lynch and Angie Titchen
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:141

    The Research to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2018 13:138

    The Research to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2018 13:137

  42. Facilitation is a promising implementation intervention, which requires theory-informed evaluation. This paper presents an exemplar of a multi-country realist process evaluation that was embedded in the first ...

    Authors: Jo Rycroft-Malone, Kate Seers, Ann Catrine Eldh, Karen Cox, Nicola Crichton, Gill Harvey, Claire Hawkes, Alison Kitson, Brendan McCormack, Christel McMullan, Carole Mockford, Theo Niessen, Paul Slater, Angie Titchen, Teatske van der Zijpp and Lars Wallin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:138

    The Research to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2018 13:137

    The Research to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2018 13:141

  43. Health care practice needs to be underpinned by high quality research evidence, so that the best possible care can be delivered. However, evidence from research is not always utilised in practice. This study u...

    Authors: Kate Seers, Jo Rycroft-Malone, Karen Cox, Nicola Crichton, Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Ann Catrine Eldh, Carole A. Estabrooks, Gill Harvey, Claire Hawkes, Carys Jones, Alison Kitson, Brendan McCormack, Christel McMullan, Carole Mockford, Theo Niessen, Paul Slater…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:137

    The Research to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2018 13:138

    The Research to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2018 13:141

  44. Improving the quality and safety of perioperative care is a global priority. The Enhanced Peri-Operative Care for High-risk patients (EPOCH) trial was a stepped-wedge cluster randomised trial of a quality impr...

    Authors: T. J. Stephens, C. J. Peden, R. M. Pearse, S. E. Shaw, T. E. F. Abbott, E. L. Jones, D. Kocman and G. Martin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:142

    The Correction to this article has been published in Implementation Science 2018 13:148

  45. A computerised, multifaceted quality improvement (QI) intervention for cardiovascular disease (CVD) management in Australian primary healthcare was evaluated in a cluster randomised controlled trial. The inter...

    Authors: Bindu Patel, Tim Usherwood, Mark Harris, Anushka Patel, Kathryn Panaretto, Nicholas Zwar and David Peiris
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:140
  46. While clinical pathways have the potential to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs, their true impact has been limited by variable implementation strategies and suboptimal research designs. Thi...

    Authors: Mona Jabbour, Amanda S. Newton, David Johnson and Janet A. Curran
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:139
  47. Audit and feedback interventions may be strengthened using social interaction. The Calgary office of the Alberta Physician Learning Program (CPLP) developed a process for audit and group feedback for physicians. ...

    Authors: Lara J. Cooke, Diane Duncan, Laura Rivera, Shawn K. Dowling, Christopher Symonds and Heather Armson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:136
  48. Health practice guidelines (HPGs) are important tools for the translation of evidence into practice. Reporting Items for Practice Guidelines in HealThcare (RIGHT) checklist provides guidance on reporting healt...

    Authors: Ružica Tokalić, Marin Viđak, Ivan Buljan and Ana Marušić
    Citation: Implementation Science 2018 13:135

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