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Overview of Translational Research, Implementation Science, and Scale-Up

Lindsay Nettlefold, Samantha M. Gray, Joanie Sims-Gould, and Heather A. McKay

to improve health outcomes in a broader population ( Colditz & Emmons, 2018 ). Translational Research and Implementation Science As noted in the preceding Editorial Commentary, Translational Research seeks to produce meaningful and positively impactful results that directly benefit human health and

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Future Directions for Transforming Kinesiology Implementation Science Into Society

Rafael A. Alamilla, NiCole R. Keith, Rebecca E. Hasson, Gregory J. Welk, Deborah Riebe, Sara Wilcox, and Russell R. Pate

Laboratory. The group aims to improve PA participation and health-related outcomes in children and adolescents across the state of Michigan. Recently this group has used implementation science and community-based participatory research methods to promote PA among youth in schools across Michigan ( Hasson et

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Supporting Teachers in Implementing Movement Integration: Addressing Barriers Through a Job-Embedded Professional Development Intervention

Kristina M. Sobolewski, Larissa T. Lobo, Alexandra L. Stoddart, and Serene Kerpan

positive change in teachers’ ability and willingness to implement MI and what is currently being done is well matched with an implementation science approach. The use of implementation science in MI is relatively new and stems from earlier research examining how to improve clinical service delivery ( Moore

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Closing the Gap Between Classroom-Based Physical Activity Intervention Adoption and Fidelity in Low-Resource Schools

Rebecca E. Hasson, Lexie R. Beemer, Andria B. Eisman, and Penelope Friday

personnel (teachers) are more widely delivered with fidelity and implemented into practice in low-resource schools. Implementation science frameworks provide a systematic approach to tailoring interventions to community needs by identifying and overcoming barriers likely to impede successful adoption and

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Sport and Physical Activity for Positive Youth Development Related to Social and Emotional Learning: Reflections From the Know-Do Gap

Paul M. Wright

into society . Translational research and implementation science are relatively new approaches to addressing the gap between what we know through research and what we do in practice, often referred to as the know-do gap ( Pakenham-Walsh, 2004 ). These approaches have been championed in biomedical

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An Overview of Dissemination and Implementation Science in Physical Activity and Health Promotion

Paul Andrew Estabrooks

, J. ( 2017 ). Criteria for selecting implementation science theories and frameworks: Results from an international survey . Implementation Science: IS, 12 ( 1 ), Article 124 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-017-0656-y 10.1186/s13012-017-0656-y Brown , C.H. , Curran , G. , Palinkas, L

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Translational Physical Activity Research Involving People With Disabilities: A Review and a Call to Action

Kathleen A. Martin Ginis, Sarah V.C. Lawrason, and Haley A. Berrisford

, 2016 ). Translational research physical activity (PA) and implementation science can play important roles in improving participation rates and amounts, as well as the quality of PA participation experiences. In the current article, we highlight inequities in PA and disability research, explain why

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Physical Activity Interventions to Reduce Metabolic Risk Factors to Cognitive Health

Darla Castelli and Christine Julien

validity V Implementation and dissemination • Sharing implementation strategies Note . NIH = National Institutes of Health. Evidenced-based practices and poorly implemented interventions do not prevent disease morbidity or mortality and prohibit the expected health benefits. Implementation science is the

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Feasibility of a Virtual Health-Promoting Intervention (Choose to Move) for Older Adults: A Rapid Adaptation in Response to COVID-19

Samantha M. Gray, Lindsay Nettlefold, Dawn Mackey, Joanie Sims Gould, and Heather A. McKay

://activeagingrt.ca ), rapidly adapted CTM for virtual delivery and evaluation to counter unintended consequences of the stay-at-home public health directives on older adults’ physical and social health. Adaptation is a key concept within the field of implementation science ( Durlak & DuPre, 2008 ) and can be defined as “a

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Adapting an Effective Health-Promoting Intervention—Choose to Move—for Chinese Older Adults in Canada

Venessa Wong, Thea Franke, Heather McKay, Catherine Tong, Heather Macdonald, and Joanie Sims-Gould

Columbia Ministry of Health to the Active Aging Society. Research and evaluation were supported by a Canadian Institutes of Health Research project grant (PJT-153248) and a Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Implementation Science Team Project Grant (18012). The supporting source