Understanding the implementation of complex interventions in health care: the normalization process model

@article{May2007UnderstandingTI,
  title={Understanding the implementation of complex interventions in health care: the normalization process model},
  author={Charles D. May and Tracy L Finch and Frances S Mair and Luciana Ballini and Christopher F. Dowrick and Martin Paul Eccles and L. Gask and Anne MacFarlane and Elizabeth Murray and Tim Rapley and Anne R Rogers and Shaun P. Treweek and Paul Wallace and George Anderson and J. Burns and Ben Heaven},
  journal={BMC Health Services Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={148 - 148}
}
BACKGROUND The Normalization Process Model is a theoretical model that assists in explaining the processes by which complex interventions become routinely embedded in health care practice. It offers a framework for process evaluation and also for comparative studies of complex interventions. It focuses on the factors that promote or inhibit the routine embedding of complex interventions in health care practice. METHODS A formal theory structure is used to define the model, and its internal… CONTINUE READING
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