Implementation of research results does not follow a straight line. In fact, it may take many turns. It’s probably best described as a work-in-progress.
This guide offers a framework for finding solutions that work. It outlines the 10 most important steps in the decision-making process. The steps are intended to make it easier for the LRRB and its subcommittees to shape and monitor implementation projects. Depending on the project, following the process may lead RIC members in different directions. The solution that first looks attractive may not be possible without laying the groundwork with additional actions. The steps that follow help you avoid missteps and lead you to the most effective solution.