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Patient participant

In this video, a patient advocate answers the following questions: Why is a patient’s perspective important? What led you to become a patient advocate? What can be done to involve …

Example of applied implementation science

Now that you have been given the introduction to implementation science, we are going to use a real example of existing research which is using implementation science from the outset …

Introduction to implementation science

In this step, we will highlight why implementing interventions is a challenge and how implementation science can help you to plan and deliver your intervention effectively wherever you are. Problems …

Case overview

In the preceding presentations we learnt how different approaches of face-to face interviews and direct observation of practice can provide the contextual insights required to develop targeted AMS interventions. Qualitative …

Using sociograms to share findings

In this video you will learn how sociograms can be a powerful way of visualising interactions from observational data to better understand the communication pathways and lines of hierarchy amongst …

Case 2 introduction

This is an additional video, hosted on YouTube. This animation highlights how different perspectives can lead to an increase in the over-diagnosis of infections and the overuse of antibiotics. Surgeons, …

Stages of conducting a realist review

You may already be familiar with different types of literature reviews and how they are conducted. A realist review follows a similar process to a traditional systematic literature review. However, …

Further explaining of realist reviews

In this video, Dr Geoff Wong explains how generative causation and mechanisms contribute to middle-range and program theories. Mechanisms are usually hidden, sensitive to variations in context, and generate outcomes; …