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Implementation Strategies 

Implementation Strategies
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Implementation Strategies
Author(s):

Byron J. Powell

, Krystal G. Garcia

, and Maria E. Fernandez

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190647421.003.0007
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date: 31 July 2021

Implementation strategies are methods or techniques that can be used to enhance the adoption, implementation, scale-up, and sustainment of evidence-based cancer control practices into routine care. This chapter defines implementation strategies, presents several taxonomies of implementation strategies that can be used to address multilevel implementation barriers, describes guidelines for reporting and specifying implementation strategies to ensure the efficient generation of knowledge and the replication of effective strategies in research and practice, briefly overviews the state of evidence for strategies, and suggests ways in which they can be carefully developed and applied to address the needs of specific contexts. The chapter concludes by presenting several research priorities related to implementation strategies.

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