Developing a theory of implementation



We’ve been doing some more work on our EMPOWER on our Phase 1 qualitative data.

I (Steph) became involved in the project through my undergraduate dissertation. Having experience of psychosis and an interest in intervention research that actively includes the perspective of people who use services and their families, I have appreciated engaging with the team. I (Andrew) have been supervising Steph throughout her dissertation and introducing her to the delights of Grounded Theory.

As part of the run up to the Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial it was really important for us as a team to engage with key stakeholders to explore with them their views about the EMPOWER Mobile App. Key stakeholders are people with lived experience, their family members and mental health staff.

We’ve been really struck by how much agreement there is between stakeholders regarding Early Warning Signs. All three groups seem to accept the term Early…

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