Lectures and seminars Applying the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR)
In this lecture Laura Damschroder will describe the development of the CFIR, a very useful framework for the identification of barriers and facilitators and translation of evidence-based programmes into practice. She will discuss its use in implementation research, how to develop implementation strategies, and plans for future development of the framework.
There will be plenty of time to discuss, so please bring your own research questions!
About the speaker
Laura Damschroder is the lead developer of CFIR, one of the most widely cited frameworks in implementation science, and has led many trials and evaluation projects.
She provides expert consultation on many publicly funded research projects focusing on translating evidence-based practices into routine clinical care. She is principle investigator with Veteran Affairs’ Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) Program, Ann Arbor, USA.