Model Details

Model NameGreenhalgh Diffusion of Innovations in Service Organizations
D and/or ID=I
Construct Flexibility3
Socio-Ecological LevelsIndividual
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Organization
Community
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System
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Field of OriginHealth Services Research
Practioner/ResearcherResearcher
ConstructsAdopter/implementer/decision maker characteristics

Adoption

Development of an intervention

Communication

Compatibility

Complexity

Context - Inner setting

Context - Outer setting

Dissemination

Implementation

Trialability

Readiness

Relative advantage

Stakeholders

Website
Number of Times Cited2340
CitationsGreenhalgh T, Robert G, Macfarlane F, Bate P, Kyriakidou O. Diffusion of Innovations in Service Organizations: Systematic Review and Recommendations. Milbank Q. 2004 Dec; 82(4): 581–629.
ExamplesGreenhalgh T, Stramer K, Bratan T, Byrne E, Mohammad Y, Russell J. Introduction of shared electronic records: multi-site case study using diffusion of innovations theory. BMJ. 2008; 337: a1786.

Macfarlane F, Greehalgh T, Humphrey C, Hughes J, Butler C, Pawson R. A new workforce in the making? A case study of strategic human resource management in a whole-system change effort in healthcare. J of Health Organ Manag. 2011; 25(1):55-72.

Sugarhood P, Wherton J, Proctor R, Hinder S, Greenhalgh T. Technology as system innovation: a key informant interview study of the application of the diffusion of innovation model to telecare. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol. 2014 Jan;9(1):79-87.
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