Implementing a practice change refers to the doing - how can you adapt evidence into the local context and tailor implementation strategies as well as facilitating team dynamics, stakeholders and negotiating resistance.
Real World Case Studies
These video case studies have been compiled by health practitioners taking ‘AH-TRIP approach’ to bring about practice change in their healthcare settings. If you would like to have your TRIP experience (successful or lessons learnt) included in this repository, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
The Dark Side of Facilitation
Champion Guide - Implementation
This manual will provide a guide of how you can facilitate AH-TRIP training to use the AH-TRIP webinars and training materials. This guide will provide you with discussion points, prompts and concepts for you to consider and pose to your department or team to enhance learning opportunities. Read More > (PDF 493 kB)
- Theory – Describes and explains WHY something happens
- Model – Describes and guides the process of TRIP
- Framework – Describes (but does not explain) the elements or factors that may influence WHY something happens
Implementation theories, frameworks and models can be used to:
- Describe or guide the process of translating research into practice (process models)
- Understand or explain what influences implementation outcomes (determinant frameworks, classic theories, and implementation theories)
- Evaluate implementation (evaluation frameworks)