As knowledge about evidence-based implementation has grown so too have the number of theoretical frameworks. Two major reviews in 2012 produced a list of 32 unique frameworks. A parsimonious assumption is that implementation is universal. If this assumption is true, then it also is true that each unique framework emphasizes some aspects of the universal. Identifying and combining fragments of the whole contained within unique frameworks can establish an integrated implementation framework to serve the interests of all fields.
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