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  1. Rather than searching the entire MEDLINE database, clinicians can perform searches on a filtered set of articles where relevant information is more likely to be found. Members of our team previously developed ...

    Authors: Salimah Z Shariff, Meaghan S Cuerden, R Brian Haynes, K Ann McKibbon, Nancy L Wilczynski, Arthur V Iansavichus, Mark R Speechley, Amardeep Thind and Amit X Garg
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:58
  2. Multiple uncontrolled medical conditions may act as competing demands for clinical decision making. We hypothesized that multiple uncontrolled cardiovascular risk factors would decrease blood pressure (BP) med...

    Authors: Amanda H Salanitro, Ellen Funkhouser, Bonita S Agee, Jeroan J Allison, Jewell H Halanych, Thomas K Houston, Mark S Litaker, Deborah A Levine and Monika M Safford
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:55
  3. Despite the impact of hypertension and widely accepted target values for blood pressure (BP), interventions to improve BP control have had limited success.

    Authors: Hayden B Bosworth, Daniel Almirall, Bryan J Weiner, Mathew Maciejewski, Miriam A Kaufman, Benjamin J Powers, Eugene Z Oddone, Shoou-Yih D Lee, Teresa M Damush, Valerie Smith, Maren K Olsen, Daren Anderson, Christianne L Roumie, Susan Rakley, Pamela S Del Monte, Michael E Bowen…
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:54
  4. A regional integrated cancer network has implemented a program (educational workshops, reflective and mentoring activities) designed to support the uptake of evidence-informed interprofessional collaborative p...

    Authors: Dominique Tremblay, Danielle Drouin, Ariella Lang, Danièle Roberge, Judith Ritchie and Anne Plante
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:53
  5. Quality indicators are increasingly used in healthcare but there are various barriers hindering their routine use. To promote the use of quality indicators, an exploration of the barriers to and facilitating f...

    Authors: Maartje LG de Vos, Sabine N van der Veer, Wilco C Graafmans, Nicolette F de Keizer, Kitty J Jager, Gert P Westert and Peter HJ van der Voort
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:52
  6. Finnish clinical guidelines are evolving toward integration of knowledge modules into the electronic health record in the Evidence-Based Medicine electronic Decision Support project. It therefore became import...

    Authors: Tiina Kortteisto, Minna Kaila, Jorma Komulainen, Taina Mäntyranta and Pekka Rissanen
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:51
  7. Insight into the frequency and seriousness of potentially unsafe situations may be the first step towards improving patient safety. Most patient safety attention has been paid to patient safety in hospitals. H...

    Authors: Mirjam Harmsen, Sander Gaal, Simone van Dulmen, Eimert de Feijter, Paul Giesen, Annelies Jacobs, Lucie Martijn, Theodorus Mettes, Wim Verstappen, Ria Nijhuis-van der Sanden and Michel Wensing
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:50
  8. Social networks are theorized as significant influences in the innovation adoption and behavior change processes. Our understanding of how social networks operate within healthcare settings is limited. As a re...

    Authors: Anne E Sales, Carole A Estabrooks and Thomas W Valente
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:49
  9. In the last few years, a new non-pharmacological treatment, termed apheresis, has been developed to lessen the burden of ulcerative colitis (UC). Several methods can be used to establish treatment recommendati...

    Authors: Nora Ibargoyen-Roteta, Iñaki Gutiérrez-Ibarluzea, Rosa Rico-Iturrioz, Marta López-Argumedo, Eva Reviriego-Rodrigo, Jose Luis Cabriada-Nuño and Holger J Schünemann
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:48
  10. Maps and mapping tools through geographic information systems (GIS) are highly valuable for turning data into useful information that can help inform decision-making and knowledge translation (KT) activities. ...

    Authors: S Michelle Driedger, Anita Kothari, Ian D Graham, Elizabeth Cooper, Eric J Crighton, Melanie Zahab, Jason Morrison and Michael Sawada
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:47
  11. The Organizational Readiness to Change Assessment (ORCA) is a measure of organizational readiness for implementing practice change in healthcare settings that is organized based on the core elements and sub-el...

    Authors: Hildi J Hagedorn and Paul W Heideman
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:46
  12. Healthcare professionals are increasingly using wikis as collaborative tools to create, synthesize, share, and disseminate knowledge in healthcare. Because wikis depend on collaborators to keep content up-to-d...

    Authors: Patrick M Archambault, France Légaré, André Lavoie, Marie-Pierre Gagnon, Jean Lapointe, Sylvie St-Jacques, Julien Poitras, Karine Aubin, Sylvain Croteau and Martin Pham-Dinh
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:45
  13. Regional networks have been recognized as an interesting model to support interdisciplinary and inter-organizational interactions that lead to meaningful care improvements. Existing communities of practice wit...

    Authors: Lise Poissant, Sara Ahmed, Richard J Riopelle, Annie Rochette, Hélène Lefebvre and Deborah Radcliffe-Branch
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:44
  14. Patient safety is an ongoing global priority, with medication safety considered a prevalent, high-risk area of concern. Yet, we have little understanding of the supports and barriers to safe medication managem...

    Authors: Patricia B Marck, Ariella Lang, Marilyn Macdonald, Melissa Griffin, Anthony Easty and Serena Corsini-Munt
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:43
  15. Practice registry measurement provides a foundation for quality improvement, but experiences in practice are not widely reported. One setting where practice registry measurement has been implemented is the Hea...

    Authors: David A Haggstrom, Steven B Clauser and Stephen H Taplin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:42
  16. An important gap exists between research production and its utilization. Few studies have examined the factors affecting knowledge utilization in the field of child and family social services.

    Authors: François Chagnon, Louise Pouliot, Claire Malo, Marie-Joëlle Gervais and Marie-Ève Pigeon
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:41
  17. To achieve widespread cancer control, a better understanding is needed of the factors that contribute to successful implementation of effective skin cancer prevention interventions. This study assessed the rel...

    Authors: Borsika A Rabin, Eric Nehl, Tom Elliott, Anjali D Deshpande, Ross C Brownson and Karen Glanz
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:40
  18. 'Protocol based care' was envisioned by policy makers as a mechanism for delivering on the service improvement agenda in England. Realistic evaluation is an increasingly popular approach, but few published exa...

    Authors: Jo Rycroft-Malone, Marina Fontenla, Debra Bick and Kate Seers
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:38
  19. The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has funded nine Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs). Each CLAHRC is a partnership between higher education institutions...

    Authors: Andria Hanbury, Carl Thompson, Paul M Wilson, Kate Farley, Duncan Chambers, Erica Warren, John Bibby, Russell Mannion, Ian S Watt and Simon Gilbody
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:37
  20. Increasingly, multiple intervention programming is being understood and implemented as a key approach to developing public health initiatives and strategies. Using socio-ecological and population health perspe...

    Authors: Lynne M MacLean, Kathryn Clinton, Nancy Edwards, Michael Garrard, Lisa Ashley, Patti Hansen-Ketchum and Audrey Walsh
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:36
  21. To improve hypertension care for ethnic minority patients of African descent in the Netherlands, we developed a provider intervention to facilitate the delivery of culturally appropriate hypertension education...

    Authors: Erik JAJ Beune, Patrick JE Bindels, Jacob Mohrs, Karien Stronks and Joke A Haafkens
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:35
  22. Nursing work environments (NWEs) in Canada and other Western countries have increasingly received attention following years of restructuring and reported high workloads, high absenteeism, and shortages of nurs...

    Authors: Donna MJ Schalk, Marloes LP Bijl, Ruud JG Halfens, Louk Hollands and Greta G Cummings
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:34
  23. Community-based organizations (CBOs) are important stakeholders in health systems and are increasingly called upon to use research evidence to inform their advocacy, program planning, and service delivery effo...

    Authors: Michael G Wilson, John N Lavis, Robb Travers and Sean B Rourke
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:33
  24. A commonly recommended strategy for increasing research use in clinical practice is to identify barriers to change and then tailor interventions to overcome the identified barriers. In nursing, the BARRIERS sc...

    Authors: Kerstin Nilsson Kajermo, Anne-Marie Boström, David S Thompson, Alison M Hutchinson, Carole A Estabrooks and Lars Wallin
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:32
  25. One way to improve quality and safety in healthcare organizations (HCOs) is through accreditation. Accreditation is a rigorous external evaluation process that comprises self-assessment against a given set of ...

    Authors: Marie-Pascale Pomey, Louise Lemieux-Charles, François Champagne, Doug Angus, Abdo Shabah and André-Pierre Contandriopoulos
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:31
  26. The electronic health record (EHR) is an important application of information and communication technologies to the healthcare sector. EHR implementation is expected to produce benefits for patients, professio...

    Authors: Marie-Pierre Gagnon, Mathieu Ouimet, Gaston Godin, Michel Rousseau, Michel Labrecque, Yvan Leduc and Anis Ben Abdeljelil
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:30
  27. Practice guidelines (PGs) are systematically developed statements intended to assist in patient, practitioner, and policy decisions. The AGREE II is the revised and updated standard tool for guideline developm...

    Authors: Melissa C Brouwers, Julie Makarski and Anthony J Levinson
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:29
  28. This study investigates approaches for translating evidence-based knowledge for use by fitness trainers. Specific questions were: Where do fitness trainers get their evidence-based information? What types of i...

    Authors: Dawn Stacey, Michael Hopkins, Kristi B Adamo, Risa Shorr and Denis Prud'homme
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:28
  29. Survivors of transient ischemic attack (TIA) or stroke are at high risk for recurrent vascular events and aggressive treatment of vascular risk factors can reduce this risk. However, vascular risk factors, esp...

    Authors: Finlay A McAlister, Sumit R Majumdar, Rajdeep S Padwal, Miriam Fradette, Ann Thompson, Ross Tsuyuki, Steven A Grover, Naeem Dean and Ashfaq Shuaib
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:27
  30. Opioid prescribing for chronic pain is common and controversial, but recommended clinical practices are followed inconsistently in many clinical settings. Strategies for increasing adherence to clinical practi...

    Authors: Jodie A Trafton, Susana B Martins, Martha C Michel, Dan Wang, Samson W Tu, David J Clark, Jan Elliott, Brigit Vucic, Steve Balt, Michael E Clark, Charles D Sintek, Jack Rosenberg, Denise Daniels and Mary K Goldstein
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:26
  31. Psychological models are used to understand and predict behaviour in a wide range of settings, but have not been consistently applied to health professional behaviours, and the contribution of differing theori...

    Authors: Debbie Bonetti, Marie Johnston, Jan E Clarkson, Jeremy Grimshaw, Nigel B Pitts, Martin Eccles, Nick Steen, Ruth Thomas, Graeme Maclennan, Liz Glidewell and Anne Walker
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:25
  32. Hypertension guidelines recommend the use of thiazide diuretics as first-line therapy for uncomplicated hypertension, yet diuretics are under-prescribed, and hypertension is frequently inadequately treated. Th...

    Authors: Colin D Buzza, Monica B Williams, Mark W Vander Weg, Alan J Christensen, Peter J Kaboli and Heather Schacht Reisinger
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:24
  33. This qualitative evaluation follows a randomized-control trial of a patient activation intervention in which hypertensive patients received a letter in the mail asking them to discuss thiazide diuretics with t...

    Authors: Stacey A Pilling, Monica B Williams, Rachel Horner Brackett, Ryan Gourley, Mark W Vander Weg, Alan J Christensen, Peter J Kaboli and Heather Schacht Reisinger
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:23
  34. Experimentation with continuous quality improvement (CQI) processes is well underway in Indigenous Australian primary health care. To date, little research into how health organizations take up, support, and e...

    Authors: Karen L Gardner, Michelle Dowden, Samantha Togni and Ross Bailie
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:21
  35. Studies included in a related systematic review used a variety of statistical methods to summarise clinical behaviour and to compare proxy (or indirect) and direct (observed) methods of measuring it. The objec...

    Authors: Heather O Dickinson, Susan Hrisos, Martin P Eccles, Jill Francis and Marie Johnston
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:20
  36. Despite the widespread use of quality improvement collaboratives (QICs), evidence underlying this method is limited. A QIC is a method for testing and implementing evidence-based changes quickly across organis...

    Authors: Leti Vos, Michel LA Dückers, Cordula Wagner and Godefridus G van Merode
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:19
  37. Several studies document disparities in access to care and quality of care for depression for African Americans. Research suggests that patient attitudes and clinician communication behaviors may contribute to...

    Authors: Lisa A Cooper, Daniel E Ford, Bri K Ghods, Debra L Roter, Annelle B Primm, Susan M Larson, James M Gill, Gary J Noronha, Elias K Shaya and Nae-Yuh Wang
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:18
  38. Many interventions shown to be effective through clinical trials are not readily implemented in clinical practice. Unfortunately, little is known regarding how clinicians construct their perceptions of the eff...

    Authors: Florian Vogt, David Armstrong and Theresa M Marteau
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:17
  39. The study of implementing research findings into practice is rapidly growing and has acquired many competing names (e.g., dissemination, uptake, utilization, translation) and contributing disciplines. The use of ...

    Authors: K Ann McKibbon, Cynthia Lokker, Nancy L Wilczynski, Donna Ciliska, Maureen Dobbins, David A Davis, R Brian Haynes and Sharon E Straus
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:16
  40. There is a considerable evidence base for 'collaborative care' as a method to improve quality of care for depression, but an acknowledged gap between efficacy and implementation. This study utilises the Normal...

    Authors: Linda Gask, Peter Bower, Karina Lovell, Diane Escott, Janine Archer, Simon Gilbody, Annette J Lankshear, Angela E Simpson and David A Richards
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:15
  41. There is growing interest in the use of cognitive, behavioural, and organisational theories in implementation research. However, the extent of use of theory in implementation research is uncertain.

    Authors: Philippa Davies, Anne E Walker and Jeremy M Grimshaw
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:14
  42. The measurement of healthcare provider performance is becoming more widespread. Physicians have been guarded about performance measurement, in part because the methodology for comparative measurement of care q...

    Authors: Jochen Profit, Katri V Typpo, Sylvia J Hysong, LeChauncy D Woodard, Michael A Kallen and Laura A Petersen
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:13
  43. Computerized clinical decision support systems are information technology-based systems designed to improve clinical decision-making. As with any healthcare intervention with claims to improve process of care ...

    Authors: R Brian Haynes and Nancy L Wilczynski
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:12
  44. Well-designed trials of strategies to improve adherence to clinical practice guidelines are needed to close persistent evidence-practice gaps. We studied how the number of these trials is changing with time, a...

    Authors: Ann E Evensen, Rob Sanson-Fisher, Catherine D'Este and Michael Fitzgerald
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:11
  45. Clinical practice guidelines are largely conceived as tools that will inform health professionals' decisions rather than foster patient involvement in decision making. The time now seems right to adapt clinica...

    Authors: Trudy van der Weijden, France Légaré, Antoine Boivin, Jako S Burgers, Haske van Veenendaal, Anne M Stiggelbout, Marjan Faber and Glyn Elwyn
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:10
  46. The effectiveness of provider-initiated HIV testing and counseling (PITC) for patients with sexually transmitted infection (STI) in resource-constrained settings are of particular concern for high HIV prevalen...

    Authors: Natalie Leon, Pren Naidoo, Catherine Mathews, Simon Lewin and Carl Lombard
    Citation: Implementation Science 2010 5:8

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