intervention implementation

in·ter·ven·tion im·ple·men·ta·tion

(in'tĕr-ven'shŭn im'plĕ-mĕn-tā'shŭn)
The skilled process of effecting change in a person's performance leading to engagement in occupations or activities to support participation within a context (e.g., physical, spiritual, social or cultural).
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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It describes intervention implementation basics, focusing on intervention fidelity, and how practices related to intervention fidelity fit into a problem-solving model; how to collect and graph intervention fidelity data to recognize patterns in implementation data and how to engage in data-based decision making using implementation and learner outcome data; strategies to support implementation, including planning, direct training, participant modeling and role playing, self-monitoring, motivational interviewing, and performance feedback; and case studies illustrating implementation strategies and tools.
In the study, 33 hospitals were randomly assigned to one of nine intervention implementation dates.
We used a quasi-experimental, difference-in-differences analytical approach, comparing changes in PrEP awareness, and use at a second clinic visit among MSM who presented for a first visit after versus before intervention implementation (Dimick and Ryan 2014).
During intervention implementation (August 2013-July 2014), the Center for Collaboration for Health, a Mozambican NGO new to these districts, transitioned into the role of the PEPFAR-implementing partner.
Given the dearth of studies that have investigated the influence of the type and level of support provided to centres on fidelity of implementation, the aims of this study were two-fold: (1) to describe the level of intervention implementation of the Jump Start study at two points throughout the intervention period; and (2) to examine the relationship between the types of support provided to centres and changes in intervention fidelity.
In the remainder of this article, we propose a re-design that includes two key features: (1) a systems-focused framework to guide intervention implementation and (2) the use of modules to match specific intervention components and student need.
- US-based National Institutes of Health Clinical Center has awarded US-based of cloud-based safety intervention implementation tools provider I-PASS Patient Safety Institute, Inc.
Conflicts and disputes that emerged during the intervention implementation were addressed and feedback was given to strengthen this collaborative effort.
The answers rest with identifying and applying appropriate safety intervention implementation strategies, even though Dyreborg et al.
However, this project appeared to be more open ended, as only one preservice candidate referenced tutoring a student in an academic area related to RTI intervention implementation.