The ExpandNet bibliography includes publications, websites, grey literature, and conference reports that either directly address scaling up or provide valuable insights on scaling up. Included are materials from a range of global health and development technical areas as well as the various sciences relevant to scale up. The references below are useful, but not exhaustive, and not the result of a systematic search process. If you would like us to include an additional reference, please contact us.
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Scaling up theories, frameworks and concepts
Adamou B. 2013. “Guide for monitoring scale-up of health practices and interventions,” MEASURE Evaluation PRH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
African Youth Alliance. 2000. Scaling-Up.
Baker E. 2010. “Taking programs to scale: a phased approach to expanding proven interventions.” J Public Health Management Practice, 2010, 16(3), 264–269
Bangser M. 2014. "A Funder's Guide to Using Evidence of Program Effectiveness in Scale-up Decisions." Social Impact Exchange at Growth Philanthropy Network. MDRC, New York.
Barker P, Reid A and Schall MW. 2016. "A framework for scaling up health interventions: lessons from large-scale improvement initiatives in Africa." Implementation Science, 11:12
Benevides R, Chau K, Ousseini A, Innocent I, and Simmons R. 2019. "Engaging Students to Improve Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Report of the University Leadership for Change Initiative in Niger." African Journal for Reproductive Health; 23:55-64
Bradach J. 2004. “Going to Scale: The Challenge of Replicating Social Programs”. Stanford Social Innovation Review, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.
Bradley EH, Curry L, Pérez-Escamilla R et al. 2011. “Dissemination, diffusion and scale up of family health innovations in low-income countries” – Abridged. Yale Global Health Leadership Institute, New Haven.
Bradley EH, Curry LA, Taylor LA et al. 2012. “A model for scale up of family health innovations in low-income and middle-income settings: A mixed methods study,” BMJ Open, Aug 24;2(4).
CARE. 2019. "Scale X Design Accelerator" website.
Carter B, Joshi A, & Remme M. 2018. "Scaling Up Inclusive Approaches for Marginalised and Vulnerable People" K4D Emerging Issues Report. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies.
Clark CH, Massarsky CW, Raben TS, and Worsham E. 2012. “Scaling Social Impact: A Literature Toolkit for Funders.” Growth Philanthropy Network, Duke University.
Cooley L and R. Kohl. 2005. “Scaling Up—From Vision to Large-scale Change: A Management Framework for Practitioners” Washington, D.C.: Management Systems International.
Cooley L, R. Ved. 2012. “Scaling up – from vision to large-scale change: a management framework for practitioners, second edition,” Management Systems International (MSI), Washington DC.
Cooley L, Ved R, Fehlenberg K. 2012. “Scaling up—from vision to large scale change: Tools and techniques for practitioners,” Management Systems International (MSI), Washington DC.
Dearing JW, and Cox JG. 2018. "Diffusion Of Innovations Theory, Principles, And Practice." Health Affairs. 37:2
Dickson KE, Simen-Kapeu A, Kinney MV, Et al. 2014. “Health–systems bottlenecks and strategies to accelerate scale-up in countries.” Lancet, 384(9941) 438-454.
Duflo E. 2004. “Scaling Up and Evaluation”. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank.
Evans SH and Clark P. 2011. “Disseminating orphan innovations”. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Winter 2011. Leland Stanford Junior University.
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Fajans P, Simmons R, and Ghiron L. 2006. “Helping public sector health systems innovate: the strategic approach to strengthening reproductive health policies and programs,” American Journal of Public Health, 96:435-440.
Fixsen A. 2013. “Monitoring and Evaluating Scaling up of health system Interventions: Theory and Practice.” Draft manuscript.
Franco LM, Marquez L. 2011. “Effectiveness of collaborative improvement: evidence from 27 applications in 12 less developed and middle income countries”. British Medical Journal Quality Safety. 20-658-665
Frost LJ, Reich M. 2008. “Access: How do good health technologies get to poor people in poor countries?” Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. FutureGenerations. The Future Generations Model for Community Change, and the Future Generations website Going to Scale.
Ganju E, Heyman C. 2018. “Scaling Global Change: A Social Entrepreneur’s Guide to Surviving the Start-up Phase and Driving Impact.” Wiley.
Gargani J and McLean R. 2017. "Scaling Science." Features. Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Gaye PA, Nelson D. 2009. “Effective scale-up: Avoiding the same old traps.” Human Resources for Health, 7:2.
Gericke CA, Kurowski C, Ranson MK et al. 2003. “Feasibility of scaling-up interventions: The role of intervention design,” Berlin University of Technology, Germany, and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, U.K.
Gericke CA, Kurowski C, Ranson MK, and Mills A. 2005. “Intervention Complexity: A Conceptual Framework to Inform Priority-setting in Health.” Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 83, 285-293.
Ghiron L, Shilingi L, and Kabiswa C. 2014. “Beginning with sustainable scale up in mind: initial results from a population, health and environment project in East Africa”. RH Health Matters, 2(432)8492
Gilson l, Schneider H. 2010. “Commentary: Managing scaling up: what are the key issues?” Health Policy and Planning 25(2):97-98.
Gladwell, M. 2000. "The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference." Boston, MA: Little, Brown.
Glaser, E.M. 1983. “Putting Knowledge to Use: Facilitating the Diffusion of Knowledge and the Implementation of Planned Change”. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass Inc.
Gonsalves J. 2000.”Going to scale: can we bring more benefits to more people more quickly?“ Workshop highlights presented by the CGIAR-NGO Committee and The Global Forum for Agricultural Research with BMZ (German Ministry of Development Corporation), MISEREOR (German Catholic Church Development Agency), Rockefeller Foundation, IRRI (International Rice Research Institute), and IIRR (International Institute of Rural Reconstruction). 10-14 April, IIRR , Philippines.
Gray J. 2010. “Global health experts seek to transform programs through implementation science”. Fogarty International Center. Global Health Matters Newsletter, Volume 9, Issue 2.
Hanson K, Ranson MK, Oliviera-Cruz V et al. 2003. “Expanding access to priority health interventions: a framework for understanding the constraints to scaling-up,” Journal of International Development, 15:1–14.
Hardee K, Ashford L, Rottach E et al. 2012.“The policy dimensions of scaling up health initiatives.” Health Policy Project, Futures Group, Washington, DC.
Hardee K. 2013. “Approach for addressing and measuring policy development and implementation in the scale-up of family planning and maternal, neonatal, and child health programs,” Futures Group, Health Policy Project, Washington, DC.
Hartmann A, and Linn J. 2008. “Scaling up: A framework and lessons for development effectiveness from literature and practice” Wolfensohn Center for Development, Working Paper 5. The Brookings Institution, Washington.
Hartmann A, and Linn J. 2008. “Scaling up through aid – The real challenge“. Wolfensohn Center for Development Policy Brief. The Brookings Institution, Washington.
Havelock RG. 1971. “Planning for Innovation through Dissemination and Utilization of Knowledge”. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, Center for Research on Utilization of Scientific Knowledge, Institute for Social Research.
Hodgins S and Quissel K. 2016. "Scale-up as if Impact Mattered: Learning and Adaptation as the Essential (often Missing) Ingredient." SNL Working Paper.
Igras S, Sinai I, Mukabatsinda M. 2014. “Systems approach to monitoring and evaluation guides scale up of the Standard Days Method of family planning in Rwanda.”Global Health Science and Practice 2 (2)234-244.
Implementation Science. An open access, peer-reviewed online journal, since 2006.
Implementing Best Practices Consortium. 2013. “Guide to fostering change to scale up effective health services: A K4H Toolkit”. Geneva, Washington DC.
Indig D, Lee K, Grunseit A, Milat A, & Bauman A. 2017. "Pathways for scaling up public health interventions." BMC Public Health, 18, 68.
Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University. 2019. "Considerations for Scaling Up Norms-Shifting Interventions for Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health" website.
Jacobs F, Ubels J, and Woltering L. 2018. "The Scaling Scan- A practical tool to determine the strengths and weaknesses of your scaling ambition." Published by the PPPlab and CIMMYT.
Janowitz B, Bratt J, Homan R, Foreit J. 2007. “How Much Will It Cost to Scale Up a Reproductive Health Pilot Project?” Frontiers in Reproductive Health Program Brief No. 8. Population Council, Washington DC.
Johns B, and T. TanTorres. 2005. “Costs of scaling up health interventions: a systematic review”. Health Policy and Planning. 20: 1-13.
Johns B, and Baltussen R. 2004. “Accounting for the Cost of Scaling-Up Health Interventions.” Health Economics”. Vol. 13, pp. 1117-1124.
Jowell R. 2003. “Trying it out – the role of pilots in policy-making: Report of a review of government pilots.” Edinburgh, Scotland: National Centre for Social Research.
Keyonzo N, Nyachae P, Kagwe P, et al. 2015. “From Project to Program: Tupange’s Experience with Scaling Up Family Planning Interventions in Urban Kenya”. Reproductive Health Matters. 23(45):103-113.
Knippenberg R, Lawn JE, Darmstadt GL et al. 2005. “Systematic scaling up of neonatal care in countries,” Lancet Neonatal Survival Steering Team, 365(9464): 1087-1098.
MacLean R and Garani J. 2019. "Scaling Impact: Innovation for the Public Good."
Madon T, Hofman KJ, Kupfer L, Glass RI. 2007. Public Health: Implementation Science. Science. 318(5857):1728-1729.
Mattina D. 2006. “Money Isn’t Everything: The Challenge of Scaling Up Aid to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals in Ethiopia”. IMF Working Paper, Vol. , pp. 1-34.
Mangham LJ, Hanson K. 2010. “Scaling up in international health: what are the key issues?” Health Policy and Planning, 25(2):85-96.
Massoud MR, Donohue KL, McCannon CJ. 2010. “Options for large-scale spread of simple, high-impact interventions. Technical report”. USAID Health Care Improvement Project. Bethesda, Maryland.
Massoud MR, Nielsen GA, Nolan K et al. 2006. “A framework for spread: From local improvements to system-wide change.” IHI Innovation Series white paper. Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Cambridge, MA.
McCannon CJ, Berwick DM, Massoud, MR. 2007. “The Science of Large-Scale Change in Global Health” JAMA, 298:1937-1939.
McCannon C J, Schall MW, Perla RJ. 2008. “Planning for scale: A guide for designing large-scale improvement initiatives.” IHI Innovation Series white paper. Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Milat AJ, Bauman A, Redman S. 2015. “Narrative review of models and success factors for scaling up public health interventions.” Implementation Science, 10(1), 1.
Milat AJ, Newson R, King L, Rissel C, Wolfenden L, Bauman A, et al. "A guide to scaling up population health interventions." Public Health Res Pract. 2016;26(1):e2611604.
Mills A, Hanson K, eds. 2003. “Expanding Access to Health Interventions in Low and Middle-Income Countries: Constraints and Opportunities for Scaling-Up.” Special issue, Journal of International Development, Volume 15 Issue 1 , Pages 1 – 131.
Nyonator FK, Awoonor-Williams JK, Phillips JF et al. 2005. “The Ghana community-based health planning and services initiative for scaling up service delivery innovation.” Health Policy and Planning, 20(1):25-34.
Omimo A, Taranta D, Ghiron L, et al. 2018. “Applying ExpandNet’s Systematic Approach to Scaling Up in an Integrated Population, Health and Environment Project in East Africa” Social Sciences, 7(1), 8; doi:10.3390/socsci7010008
Paina L, Peters DH. 2011. “Understanding pathways for scaling up health services through the lens of complex adaptive systems,” Health Policy and Planning, 1-9, doi: 10.1093/heapol/czr054.
Pallas SW, Minhas D, Perez-Escamilla R et al. 2013. “Community health workers in low- and middle-income countries: What do we know about scaling up and sustainability?” American Journal of Public Health:103:e74-82.
Partners for Health Reform Plus. 2004. “The role of pilot programs: Approaches to health systems strengthening” Bethesda, MD. PHRPlus, Abt Associates.
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Robb-McCord J, Voet W. 2003. “Scaling up practices, tools, and approaches in the maternal and neonatal health program” Baltimore: JHPIEGO Corp.
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Simmons R, Fajans P, Ghiron L, Eds. 2007. “Scaling up Health Service Delivery: From Pilot Innovations to Policies and Programmes”. World Health Organization.
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USAID Health Care Improvement Project. 2008. "The Improvement Collaborative: An Approach to Rapidly Improve Health Care and Scale Up Quality Services." Published by the USAID Health Care Improvement Project. Bethesda, MD: University Research Co., LLC (URC).
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USAID Maternal Child Health Survival Program. 2018. "Scale-up for Success" website.
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Uvin P. 1999. “Scaling up, scaling down: NGO paths to overcoming hunger.” In Scaling Up, Scaling Down – Overcoming Malnutrition in Developing Countries. Ed. Thomas J. Marchione. Australia: Gordon and Breach.
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Health – General
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Malaria and TB
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Development – General
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