- Should implementation science make more room for consultation, collaboration and co-creation with stakeholders?
- Would finding more active roles for stakeholders in implementation science be a promising approach to increasing the use of research evidence for improvements in policy and services?
There is, however, the beginning of a discussion about the importance of collaboration and consultation processes in implementation providing a compelling argument for valuing implementation as a collaborative act, noting that collaboration leads to the following:
- Knowledge and evidence that is more implementable
- Infrastructure that brings research evidence and implementation closer together
- Attention to local needs and increased relevance and impact of implementation activity
- Enhanced capacity and capability of implementation
Source: PAEPARD FEED