An Introduction to Implementation Science 2023
An introduction to Implementation Science is aimed at anyone interested in improving health services and patient/population health outcomes. It covers the core scientific principles and investigative methodologies of implementation science, including quantitative, qualitative and econometric approaches. It also has a strong theoretical underpinning, drawing upon various theories, frameworks and models that can be used in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of health interventions. Equally, it has a strong practical focus, providing students with ‘take-home’ tools, checklists and other resources that can be applied to the development of interventions in different healthcare settings.
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