How to Use the Navigator
There has been a proliferation of frameworks, measures, tools and educational material for the field of Implementation Research and Science. Many websites and resources now exist that offer helpful information to researchers and practitioners, yet it can be challenging to know where to go to for a specific need or question.
The Implementation Science Resource Navigator is designed to help guide you in identifying useful information for your specific need by presenting you with curated resources that are organized by specific categories.
Find some tips below to efficiently start and lead your way through the navigator to identify specific implementation research websites and resources for your needs.
Choose your path
Whether you're an implementation expert or just starting out, our navigator can help. You can start by going through the implementation category pages or clicking the quick links to find what you're looking for.
Use a quick link or two
New to implementation science? Under the categories in the IS navigator page, there are quick links to get you started in most categories.
Pick a category
As you will notice, resources are dispersed over specific categories to guide your search. Under each one, click on the titles to see the main websites, or click the hyperlinked text for more specific pages.
Looking for something specific?
If you can't quite find what you're looking for, use the search bar in the top right corner to find the right pages for you.