ImpSci Minutes: A Pilot Study Comparing Tools for Tracking Implementation Strategies and Treatment Adaptations

January 11, 2022
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In each issue of Implementation in Action, The Center for Implementation's monthly bulletin for implementers and intermediary organizations who are seeking to apply implementation science in a thoughtful and systematic way, we feature articles that are highly relevant to the questions we’ve been receiving lately.

ImpSci Minutes lets you hear directly from the authors themselves about their work. This month, we're taking a look at “A pilot study comparing tools for tracking implementation strategies and treatment adaptations” by Callie Walsh-Bailey, Lorella G Palazzo, Salene MW Jones, Kayne D Mettert, Byron J Powell, Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Aaron R Lyon, Paul Rohde, Cara C Lewis.

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