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NoMAD - now in nine languages

Mon. 02. Mar 2020 13:14

In 2018 we published the Normalisation MeAsure Development questionnaire (NoMAD) in eight different languages here on our website. Today, we can add a Norwegian translation to the list, which is not part of the IMA project, but stems from our network and followed a similar translation procedure. Along with the translations themselves, you will find guidelines for their use and links to relevant information.
NoMAD is a tool for measuring the constructs of Normalisation Process Theory (NPT). It consists of a questionnaire with a set of 23 survey items for assessing implementation processes from the perspective of professionals directly involved in the work of implementing complex interventions in healthcare.
For a brief introduction to NoMAD and NPT read our blog post 'Normalisation in a nutshell' or head to our NoMAD page.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 733025.
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