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1 P romoting A ction on R esearch I mplementation in H ealth S ervices Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services Project Team Jo Rycroft-Malone Alison Kitson, Gill Harvey, Brendan McCormack, Kate Seers, Angie Titchen

2 Aim/structure of Workshop The PARIHS Centre and WEB resource Strategic Framework PARIHS ‘in action’ and panel discussion Planning workshop

3 The PARIHS WEB Resource P romoting A ction on R esearch I mplementation in H ealth S ervices

4 KU08 Recommended Developments PRIORITIES: –Collaboration that is sustainable –Capture people who are committed –Opportunities for two-way exchange –Inclusivity principle (clinicians, researchers, executive/policy level) –Synthesis of existing work –Training opportunities (face to face) –Community of

5 INFRASTRUCTURE: –create organisational infrastructure for the collaborative –defining the core group –use PARIHS framework to structure the collaborative and participation initiative –divide into evidence, context and facilitation, plus overall framework (need to remember that it is the interplay of the 3 factors not just the individual ones) –rotating moderator –simplistic design for clinicians –include discussion boards –membership inclusive with some areas with restricted access

6 CONTENT: –profile of PARIHS collaborators with keywords to help searching –practitioner related content; content for implementers and those ‘doing’ EBP, not just researchers –broaden content to include KT approaches, not necessarily PARIHS, or create links to related KU/KT information –stories, including the funders’ perspective –mapping the history; mapping the provenance –information sharing across countries and sectors –resource for trainees; trainees corner and education area –PARIHS module (education and training) –instruments (think about issues of transferability across different settings and cultures) –call for all instruments that have been developed, including “off the peg” tools (also consider frameworks for measurement and evaluation to adapt/adopt in local context) –standardised data set, enabling secondary analysis –discussion group/zone, with opportunities to discuss use of tools and instruments –identification of key issues about context and evaluation –tracking adaptations of PARIHS; variations across geography and clinical settings –synthesis of blog content

7 Policy and political influencing strategy Develop diagnostic and evaluative tool (linked with FIRE project) Produce facilitation toolkit Theoretical work- concept refinement Link/map existing work with key theoretical areas –decision science; Innovation science; quality and safety Link/map existing work with key theoretical areas –decision science; Innovation science; quality and safety Coordinate education and Training Strategy PARIHS summer schools PhD schools and post doctoral training programmes Set up and coordinate repositories of data sets for specific studies Integrate theory, research and practice of Knowledge Translation research using PARIHS as the conceptual FW Refining evidence tools Refining context tools Testing the effectiveness of facilitation as an intervention Refining methodology and methods Telephone conferences, podcasts and web- based interactions Education and training (Coordinators – Brendan and Angie) Theory, knowledge and methodological development (Coordinators - Alison and Gill) Tool development (Coordinators – Jo and Kate) Influencing (Coordinators – Gill and Brendan) PARIHS Centre Work-Strands

8 Collaborative Principles

9 The collaboration is currently a self-funded community that shares an interest in using and applying the PARIHS framework. Collaborative partners may be individuals, teams and/or organisations, who are willing to ‘sign up’ to the following principles. 1. Share experiences and knowledge of using the PARIHS Framework with other collaborators 2. Collaborate based on: –Mutual respect for opinions and work –Willingness to share experiences –Willingness to share resources –Exercising honesty in transactions –Working in a timely way –Willingness to contribute (as appropriate) to data repositories 3. Committed to work together to enhance learning about, and understanding of, the PARIHS Framework, particularly with regard to: –Exploring the individual elements of evidence, context and facilitation –Exploring how these elements integrate together –Developing, piloting and testing diagnostic and evaluative tools to refine the PARIHS Framework 4. Contribute to the development and refinement of processes for using and further developing PARIHS 5. Contribute to the development of outcome measures and evaluation methodologies and methods in relation to PARIHS’ use and application 6. Provide regular updates/feedback on activities 7. Willing to support other collaborators and work towards creating a vibrant learning community, through for example, contribution to on-line discussions and debates. 8. Work on an agreement/understanding of –Roles –Intellectual property and acknowledgement of contributions –Issues as and when they arise within the collaborative


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