Knowing only outcomes, even if we know them with irreproachable validity, does not tell us enough to inform program improvement or policy revision. Evaluation needs to get inside the black box....
Carol H Weiss, 1997 Theory-based evaluation: past, present and future
The UK Implementation Society commissions and produces resources for our members, some of which are made available on an open access basis on this page.
About UK-IS resources
Members’ resources include our regular news bulletins, Implementation Knowledge and News, and our series of Implementation Resource Digests.
Each digest focuses on a core implementation or improvement science or practice topic and acts as a guide to useful literature and resources, starting from first principles.
We aim to cover the key dimensions or aspects of each topic, rather than to provide a comprehensive review of the published literature. We particularly aim to include texts that are available on an open access basis or that showcase the contribution of UK implementation scientists and practitioners.
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Implementation Resource Digest 1, Core Implementation Resources
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