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There exists a plethora of frameworks of behaviour change interventions, but it is not clear how well they serve this purpose. This paper evaluates these frameworks, and develops and evaluates a new framework aimed at overcoming their limitations.

Become more familiar and capable of working in systems and towards systems change with this tool which enables a systemic inquiry for systems change.

In follow up to the 6th NIH Meeting on Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health, working group meeting members present some of the key concepts discussed and next steps. Central to their discussion are the key issues for implementation science study design, and the work and opportunities that remain ahead.

This guide gives tips and techniques about storytelling, and explains in plain English why it is a powerful and effective tool.

In this paper, three implementation scientists share a heuristic tool to help investigators determine where their research questions fall in the translational research continuum. They use a “subway model” that envisions a journey to implementation research with stops along the way at efficacy and effectiveness research.

This guide has been developed for health professionals applying for the Translational Research Grants Scheme (TRGS) who may have limited research experience, but may also be useful for more experienced researchers as a structured reminder of the range of issues that will be taken into account in the screening and assessment of proposals.

This document outlines the principles for consumer involvement in Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) funded research. It also includes guidance on their implementation.

In September 2020, AHRA and CHF published a joint position statement affirming their commitment to CCI in health and medical research.

The Statement on consumer and community involvement in health and medical research (The Statement), co-authored by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Consumers Health Forum of Australia (CHF), aims to guide research institutions, researchers, consumers and community members in the active involvement of consumers and community members in all aspects of health and medical research.