ImpleMentAll (nickname IMA) aims to provide evidence-based development, application, and evaluation of tailored implementation strategies of on-going E-health implementation initiatives in the EU and beyond. In recent decades, large amounts of time and money have been put into the development, testing, and implementation of E-health for a wide range of health problems, in the physical as well as the mental domains. Nevertheless, very few E-health interventions make it into routine care, and those that do take many years to get there.

    The project builds its research on experiences and results from former international projects (e.g. Renewing HealthE-COMPARED, and MasterMind) as well as a theoretical foundation mainly consisting of NPT, NoMAD, and MAST. Prof. Heleen Riper is chair of the scientific comnmittee of ImpleMentAll.

    The on-going implementation initiatives forming the basis for the implementation research are all based on the same case study intervention: Internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT). Currently, various iCBT implementation processes are conducted across the world and ImpleMentAll will use this natural laboratory to develop, test, and evaluate a toolkit for tailored implementation strategies expected to make implementation trajectories more efficient for eHealth and eMental health alike. You can read about the iCBT interventions to be (further) implemented under the partner pages belonging to the individual implementation sites.