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SINGLE VERSUS MULTI-FACETED IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES – IS THERE A SIMPLE ANSWER TO A COMPLEX QUESTION? A RESPONSE TO RECENT COMMENTARIES AND A CALL TO ACTION FOR IMPLEMENTATION PRACTITIONERS AND RESEARCHERS; CORRESPONDENCE

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HARVEY GILL | KITSON ALISON

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 Start Page 215 | End Page 217

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 We are increasingly aware of the need to be as effective and efficient as possible when designing and applying strategies to implement evidence-informed changes into policy and practice, particularly within our resource constrained health systems. Implementation efforts consume a range of resources, including time, people, educational input, and communication systems to name just a few. In many cases, the costs of implementation are not accurately described or evaluated, hence it is difficult to make informed judgements about whether the resources invested in implementation provide relative value in terms of the improvements made in patient care, service delivery or population health.

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