- From Classification to Causality: Advancing Understanding of Mechanisms of Change in Implementation Science
Human/User Centered Design
A glossary of user-centered design strategies
UX Research Tools
Stanford Design Thinking Top Resources
Top IDEO Design Thinking Resources
A curated list of the best analogue and digital toolboxes and methods
UX Design Library
Using collaborative abilities in Google Docs as a tool for remote research
Behavior Change Design Sprints
When and How to Create Journey Maps
Top Software Tools for Design Thinking
Inclusive Design Toolkit
User-Centered Design for Psychosocial Intervention Development and Implementation
Metrics for perceptual implementation outcomes
Acceptability of Intervention Measure (AIM) – to be taken by Clinicians (end users) to measure how receptive they are to adopting the new intervention.
Feasibility of Intervention Measure (FIM) – to be taken by Clinicians (end users) to measure how possible and likely they are adopt the new intervention.
Intervention Appropriateness Measure (IAM) – to be taken by Clinicians (end users) to measure how suitable the intervention is for the circumstances.
Each of these measures contain 4 questions, and can all be found here.
Metrics for Patient-Reported Outcomes
Sheehan Disability Scale (SDS) – taken by patients to measure the severity of symptoms (any type) and their impact on functioning.
Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) – taken by patients to measure the severity of symptoms of specific disorders/challenges.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7 (GAD-7) – taken by patients to measure the severity of symptoms of specific disorders/challenges.
Metrics for Usability
System Usability Scale (SUS) – This measures how easy the intervention/system is to use and learn. Used for digital interventions (e.g. apps or computer programs).
Intervention Usability Scale (IUS) – This measures how easy the intervention/system is to use and learn. Used for interventions (e.g. therapeutic modalities).
Implementation Strategy Usability Scale – This measures how easy the intervention/system is to use and learn. Used for system-level interventions.
User Burden Scale – This measures the mental/emotional/economic challenges of using a digital tool as part of an intervention and is completed by anyone directly interacting with the tool.
Heuristic Evaluation Rubric for EBPI’s (HERE) – This multi-faceted evaluation of efficiency/quality/usability of EBPI’s involves experts in both design and the relevant subject matter (at least 2 people) filling out the rubric independently and the comparing answers and negotiating a final score together.