Active Implementation is an integrated approach to implementation practice, science, and policy. It has developed from a set of practitioner-scientist activities that span several decades. Current information about Active Implementation is provided in this section. It is important to note that 10 years ago Active Implementation did not exist in this format and it is expected that similar advancements will be made in the next 10 years.

As a mid-range theory of implementation the Active Implementation Frameworks make predictions that are testable in practice.  Implementation as a science will advance as implementation practices are operationalized and repeatable so that implementation independent variables (the basis for if-then predictions) can be available for study.  Thus, the Active Implementation Frameworks contribute to practice and science in multiple ways.

The information on this website is updated as new learning occurs among the global network engaged in implementation practice, science, and policy.

Download: Active Implementation Overview