How to frame a question in implementation science?

How to frame a question in implementation science?

In addition to these broad implementation science questions, there are other ways to frame your question. Authors of two publications (excerpted below) suggest using the challenge faced, or the objective sought, as the starting point for forming an implementation science question.

What are the stages of the implementation process?

The stages described in the guide include: 1) exploration, 2) installation, 3) initial implementation, 4) full implementation, and 5) expansion and scale-up. Each stage has specific steps and associated

Which is the best definition of implementation science?

What is an implementation science question? Implementation science is centrally focused on the effectiveness of implementation strategies, rather than interventions or evidence based practices.

What are the key questions to ask before implementing change?

I find that starting a dialogue with key questions about change can surface many of the issues that must be addressed to help change happen successfully. So, I thought I’d share some of these questions with you so that you can formulate your own strategy about change and what will work best for your organization. Here are just a few:

What should I ask at a project initiation meeting?

As you can see, there is a mix of project planning questions and other pre-project questions in the list. These are what I would typically ask during a project initiation meeting. The questions related to project funding should (in theory) have already been sorted out as part of the business case.

How is implementation science related to evidence based practices?

Implementation science is centrally focused on the effectiveness of implementation strategies, rather than interventions or evidence based practices. Specifically, implementation science attends to the context in which strategies are applied, and how that context shapes effectiveness of implementation strategies.