Implementation resources

National Implementation Service

In addition to the support provided by the MST UK National Implementation Service, there are a number of licensed MST resources that are available to organisations that are setting up an MST team. These resources are designed to assist with the following key areas of implementation:
  • feasibility of implementing MST in a particular area
  • site set up guidelines to ensure MST model fidelity requirements are met
  • recruitment toolkits
  • training and quality assurance guidelines


Implementation Research

Implementation Science is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that aims to publish research relevant to the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in clinical, organisational or policy contexts.

Our featured article is currently:
Another relevant article is The Evidence Base of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice by Peter Stratton, Emeritus Professor of Family Therapy, University of Leeds
The National Implementation Research Network's Active Implementation Hub is a useful online resource for implementation science.
The UK Implementation Network is an independent non-profit membership organisation connecting those working in implementation science, practice and policy for services for people across the UK. 
The Colebrooke Centre was set up to contribute to the work of building and developing effective services for children and families by applying insights and practical tools from the emerging field of implementation science and practice.

Please also visit our Library for other articles about implementation science.