IMPACT - Project 2 - Realist review of potential innovations
Effectiveness and scalability: Syntheses of factors related to the implementation and effectiveness of innovations to improve access for vulnerable populations.
Project Leads: Simone Dahrouge, Mark Harris, Stephen Peckham
Purpose: 1) select six to eight organisational innovations emerging from the knowledge generated by project 1, based on their anticipated benefit and relevance to our LIPs; 2) synthesize the scientific knowledge about the effectiveness and their potential for scalability within the LIPs.
We will produce a rigorous synthesis of information on each of the selected innovations in a format that is useful to decision makers. The content will include a description of each innovation and its estimated population impact, as well as its suitability, scalability and anticipated sustainability and efficiency index for specific LIPs.