Implementation science is the study of methods to promote the systematic uptake of evidence-based interventions into practice and policy to improve health. This paper provides guidance on the development, conduct, and reporting of randomised trials of implementation strategies. It is a resource for researchers, healthcare and public health policy makers or practitioners, research funders, and journal editors.
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Wolfenden Luke, Foy Robbie, Presseau Justin, Grimshaw Jeremy M, Ivers Noah M, Powell Byron J et al. Designing and undertaking randomised implementation trials: guide for researchers BMJ 2021; 372 :m3721. http://bmj.com/cgi/content/full/bmj.m3721