This toolkit is intended to aid community health centers in organizing Community Advisory Boards (CABs) to enhance community involvement in the implementation of evidence-based programs and practices as well as research. This toolkit offers guidelines on various aspects of CAB management, such as leadership structures, communication, decision-making, prioritization, and budgeting for sustainability.
The Implementation Learning Community (ILC) meetings bring together health center staff across the state of Massachusetts to network and collaborate among partner sites and participate in expert panels, presentations, small group discussions, case studies, and more
The Implementation Resource Navigator is a curated, guided website that organizes web-based implementation research resources by topic and easy-to-use links. This site will support researchers (from beginning to expert implementation scientists), research mentors, and educators to navigate a proliferation of frameworks, measures, tools, and educational materials. See the flyer here for more information.
The Implementation Science Working Group serves as an infrastructure for bringing together investigators and trainees of all career development levels to share ideas and learn about the field of implementation science. Please email us for more information or if you are interested in joining.
CEP offers one-one-one consultations and trainings to Harvard University affiliated researchers and community partners interested in learning about the following approaches:
- Community-engaged research
- Dissemination and implementation science
- Mixed methods
- Policy translation capacity building
Harvard Catalyst offers an eight-week online course for investigations who want to understand and apply implementation science methods to their research. The course is designed as an introduction to the theory and methods of implementation research.
NCI’s Implementation Science team aims to support capacity development in the field through several training and educational activities, including a monthly webinar series, training programs, and an annual conference.
- Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Cancer (TIDIRC): For more in-depth learning, try these open access modules.
- Implementation Science Webinars series and Research to Reality: To keep up with the latest in Implementation Science, check out this webinar series from the NCI.
The University of Washington’s Implementation Science Resource Hub offers an overview of how implementation science can be employed by many disciplines and a collection of articles highlighting the relevance, state, or use of implementation science within nearly 20 different disciplines.