Standards for Reporting Implementation Studies (StaRI) Statement
This article, written in 2017 by Hillary Pinnock and colleagues from the Standards for Reporting Implementation Studies Initiative (StaRI), discusses the origins and outputs of StaRI. The aim of StaRI is to develop guidelines for transparent and accurate reporting of implementation studies. To facilitate this, the group has created a 27-item checklist, focussing on implementation strategies and the intervention itself. Other topics considered include the rationale, fidelity and context of interventions. This article is particularly relevant for researchers interested in publishing about implementation.
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