The space between intention and accomplishment is the domain of active Implementation science. In this commentary we separate current intention from accomplishment, highlight the need for active implementation, and describe the critical functions of implementation teams to establish and sustain a national health response to current and future challenges. Read Full Newsletter View/Download Handout
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OnAir: Implementation Research after 15 Years
Almost two decades ago our research network set out to describe the current state of the science of implementation and identify what it would take to improve the uptake, fidelity, and outcomes of innovative programs and practices in human services. Read More
OnAir: COVID 19 and a Case for Active Implementation Teams
Hot on our minds is ending the current pandemic while continuing our community and work lives. To accomplish this, Active Implementation tells us we need effective interventions and effective implementation to realize socially significant outcomes. Implementation Teams lead the effort. Read More
OnAir: Do we have a science of implementation?
Research sometimes is confused with science. Are we engaged in research that will produce and grow our science? Read More