Implementation effectiveness of health interventions for indigenous communities: a systematic review

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Māori Innovation

Translating research into practice is an important issue for implementing health interventions effectively for Indigenous communities.

He Pikinga Waiora (HPW) is a recent implementation framework that provides a strong foundation for designing and implementing health interventions in Indigenous communities for non-communicable diseases around community engagement, culture-centred approach, systems thinking and integrated knowledge translation. This study, published in Implementation Science, addresses the following research question:

How are the elements of the HPW Implementation Framework reflected in studies involving the implementation of a non-communicable disease health intervention in an Indigenous community?