Failing to use available science is costly and harmful; it leads to overuse of unhelpful care, underuse of effective care, and errors in execution. De-implementation is a highly important, increasingly studied field in implementation science.
- Van Bodegom-Vos, L., Davidoff, F., & Marang-van de Mheen, P. J. (2017). Implementation and de-implementation: two sides of the same coin?. BMJ quality & safety, 26(6), 495-501.
- Niven, D. J., Mrklas, K. J., Holodinsky, J. K., Straus, S. E., Hemmelgarn, B. R., Jeffs, L. P., & Stelfox, H. T. (2015). Towards understanding the de-adoption of low-value clinical practices: a scoping review. BMC medicine, 13(1), 1-21.
- Grimshaw, J. M., Patey, A. M., Kirkham, K. R., Hall, A., Dowling, S. K., Rodondi, N., ... & Bhatia, R. S. (2020). De-implementing wisely: developing the evidence base to reduce low-value care. BMJ quality & safety, 29(5), 409-417.
- De-Implementation: The Complexities of Overuse, Overdiagnosis, & De-Adoption | NCIwebinars | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jtad417gCHc
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