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A systematic review of the use of the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research A systematic review of the use of the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research HOT

In 2009, Damschroder et al. developed the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR), which provides a comprehensive listing of constructs thought to influence implementation. This systematic review assesses the extent to which the CFIR’s use in implementation research fulfills goals set forth by Damschroder et al. in terms of breadth of use, depth of application, and contribution to implementation research.

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Version 2016
Category Systematic reviews
Author M. Alexis Kirk, Caitlin Kelley, Nicholas Yankey, Sarah A. Birken, Brenton Abadie, Laura Damschroder