Construct Details


Client Characteristics

Clinical leadership



Community-Based Decision Makers

Design Intervention Prototype – (4B) Design Intervention for Fit to Community Setting and Population

Design Intervention Prototype – Integrate 4A and B to Develop Intervention Components; Vet Prototype for Relevance and Potential for Success

Identify Community Infrastructure and Engage Partners - Identify Partners and Form an Academic Community Coalition to Address the Health Disparity

Identifying and Engaging Stakeholders

Include Stakeholders

Key Partners

Key Personnel

Key Players

Local Stakeholders

Multiple stakeholders

Other Organizations

Partners - Identify Optimal Community Settings


Phase 0: Identification of Potential Areas of Low-Value Healthcare

Phase 1: Identification of Local Priorities for Implementation of CW Recommendations

Phase 2: Identifying Barriers and Potential Interventions to Implement CW Recommendations

Politicians (Stakeholders)

Regulators, Staff, Decision Makers

Research and Published Guidelines; Clinical Experiences and Perceptions; Patient Experiences, Needs, Preferences Local Practice Information; Characteristics of the Targeted EBP


Social Network (Inter-Organizations)

Staff/Individual Characteristics


Steering Committees

Who is Represented

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ModelsCaledonian Practice Development Model

Knowledge Transfer and Exchange

Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)

Technology Transfer Model

Translational Framework for Public Health Research

Translational Research Framework to Address Health Disparities

RAND Model of Persuasive Communication and Diffusion of Medical Innovation

Effective Dissemination Strategies

Model for Locally Based Research Transfer Development

Streams of Policy Process

Conceptual Model of Knowledge Utilization

Conceptualizing Dissemination Research and Activity: Canadian Heart Health Initiative

Blueprint for Dissemination

Framework for Spread

Model for Improving the Dissemination of Nursing Research

Framework of Dissemination in Health Services Intervention Research

Linking Systems Framework

OutPatient Treatment in Ontario Services (OPTIONS) Model

Health Promotion Research Center Framework

Knowledge Exchange Framework

Research Knowledge Infrastructure

Framework for Dissemination of Evidence-Based Policy

Health Promotion Technology Transfer Process

Real-World Dissemination

Framework for the Transfer of Patient Safety Research into Practice

Interacting Elements of Integrating Science, Policy, and Practice

Interactive Systems Framework

Push-Pull Capacity Model

Research Development Dissemination and Utilization Framework

Utilization-Focused Surveillance Framework

Davis' Pathman-PRECEED Model

Ottawa Model of Research Use

RE-AIM 1.0 Framework

Precede-Proceed Model

Six-Step Framework for International Physical Activity Dissemination

Pathways to Evidence Informed Policy

Practical, Robust Implementation and Sustainability Model (PRISM)

Active Implementation Framework

Normalization Process Theory

Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services (PARIHS)

Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research

Availability, Responsiveness & Continuity (ARC): An Organizational & Community Intervention Model

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

Dynamic Sustainability Framework

Intervention Mapping

Evidence Integration Triangle

Framework for Enhancing the Value of Research for Dissemination and Implementation

Conceptual Framework For The Comparative Analysis of Policy Change

Advancing health disparities research within the health care system

Proctor's Implementation Outcomes

Greenhalgh Diffusion of Innovations in Service Organizations

EMTReK - Evidence-based Model for the Transfer and Exchange of Research Knowledge

Model for Predictors of Adoption

Transcreation Framework for Community-engaged Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Health Disparities

Dissemination and Implementation Framework for an Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Program

Choosing Wisely Deimplementation Framework

Number of Models56