Construct Details

DefinitionDegree to which an intervention was implemented as it was prescribed in the original protocol or as it was intended by the program developers." Fidelity of the intervention as it is implemented in a "real world" setting may be compared to the fidelity from the original evidence based intervention. Fidelity should be considered within the early and middle implementation stages.
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Core Implementation Components

Feasibility, fidelity, penetration, acceptability, sustainability, uptake, costs

Fidelity Monitoring/Support


Delivered as intended; adherence; integrity; quality of program delivery

ModelsActive Implementation Framework

Exploration, Preparation, Implementation, Sustainment (EPIS) model (Conceptual Model of Evidence-based Practice Implementation in Public Service Sectors)

Conceptual Model of Implementation Research

Implementation Effectiveness Model

Interacting Elements of Integrating Science, Policy, and Practice

Proctor's Implementation Outcomes

Number of Models6
MeasureGEM D&I link: Fidelity