Thesis / Dissertation

Implementation frameworks – their usability and limitations within child, youth and family services

Bianca Albers, Marie Connolly (ed.)

Published : 2020

Abstract

Purpose This thesis is located at the nexus of research-supported interventions (RSIs) in child and family services, evidence-based practice and implementation science. Within the context of Australian child and family services, it focuses on the implementation problem, i.e. the sector’s persistent problems with integrating evidence in routine practice. Its overarching goal is to examine how implementation frameworks have been and can be used to understand efforts to implement RSIs in this sector, and how these frameworks, and potentially any other implementation science concept, may be more effectively moved into routine child and family services in the future. Methods This research buil..

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