Implementation researchers can improve the responses of services to the COVID-19 pandemic.

√ėvretveit J

Implement Res Pract 1 (-) 2633489520949151 [2020-09-02; online 2020-09-02]

This article describes a rapid implementation research project with the Stockholm health care system to assist the system to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. It uses this example to illustrate some ways in which implementation research and knowledge can contribute to improving service responses to the pandemic and its consequences as these evolve over the coming months. A sub-specialty of rapid implementation science is proposed to provide practical assistance and as one way to develop implementation research. This article describes a rapid implementation research project with the Stockholm health care system to assist the system to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. It uses this example to illustrate some ways in which implementation research and knowledge can contribute to improving service responses to the pandemic and its consequences as these evolve over the coming months. A sub-specialty of rapid implementation science is proposed to provide practical assistance and as one way to develop implementation research.

Category: Health

Type: Journal article

PubMed 34192265

DOI 10.1177/2633489520949151

Crossref 10.1177/2633489520949151

pii: 10.1177_2633489520949151
pmc: PMC7468666


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