Module 2: Fidelity & Adaptation of Interventions in Implementation Science
Fidelity & Adaptation (38 minutes)
Dr. David Chambers, National Cancer Institute
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- Will you need to make any adaptations to your evidence-based intervention? If so, what aspects might need to be adapted, and what process would you use to guide those adaptations? Will you be considering how the intervention is likely to be adapted as it is delivered?
- Will you be measuring and monitoring the fidelity with which the evidence-based intervention is delivered? If so, how? If not, why not? To what degree is there evidence that associated level of fidelity with patient outcomes?