Translational Framework for Implementation Evaluation and Research (TRIPR) Study

PROJECT STATUS: Ongoing
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START DATE AND DURATION: October 2019
Summary

The Translational Framework for Implementation Evaluation and Research (TRIPR) is a programme of integrative research and development that will work with professional and patient groups. It will link widely across different ways of understanding and explaining implementation processes.

TRIPR is underpinned by Normalization Process Theory (NPT), which identifies, characterises and explains the dynamics of implementation processes by looking at the work that professionals need to do to embed innovations in practice. The programme will address the following questions:

  1. How do user preferences shape implementation choices?
  2. How do hierarchies of decision-makers shape
  3. implementation decisions?
  4. How do intervention design choices shape implementation practices?
  5. How do implementation processes work?
Partners & Collaborators

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

NIHR Applied Research Collaborations (ARCs) for North Thames (ARC NT) and North East and North Cumbria (ARC NENC)

Lead Investigator
Alice Hillis (LSHTM)
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