Using Evidence-Based Constructs to Assess Extent of Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions. Conclusion


Studying the implementation of interventions can help us understand the challenges and opportunities that arise during the implementation process. Several research-verified constructs, including Fidelity of Implementation, Levels of Use, and Stages of Concern, can be used to measure the progress of systems, communities, organizations, and practitioners as they implement interventions. Each offers a way to understand an important element of the change process. Determining milestones at regular intervals can help to identify appropriate supports and necessary resources. Milestones can also help practitioners understand where they are now and what is required to take the next steps. Charting milestones for different stages of implementation and measuring success in reaching those milestones can provide motivation to continue the work and promote more successful implementation of interventions.

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