The purpose of this paper is to describe how Intervention Mapping was utilised to plan the development, implementation, and evaluation of a novel diabetes distress e-learning program for diabetes educators, to meet a well-documented need and significant gap in diabetes care.
Making sense of implementation theories, models and frameworks
The aim of this article is to propose a taxonomy that distinguishes between different categories of theories, models and frameworks in implementation science, to facilitate appropriate selection and application of relevant approaches in implementation research and practice and to foster cross-disciplinary dialogue among implementation researchers.
This guide provides a number of prompts to help identify the steps you need to take to a) demonstrate that a health service, program or policy innovation works, b) understand the conditions under which it was successful (or unsuccessful) and c) where appropriate, identify how to scale up an innovation for greatest impact.
Developing theory-informed behaviour change interventions to implement evidence into practice: a systematic approach using the Theoretical Domains Framework
Topics:Frameworks, models, theoriesIntervention development
This resource outlines a four-step systematic method for developing an intervention designed to change clinical practice based on a theoretical framework. The method of development provides a systematic framework that could be used by others developing complex implementation interventions. While this framework should be iteratively adjusted and refined to suit other contexts and settings, we ... Read more