Extract (paragraph breaks added): Increasingly, however, EBM researchers have reached the conclusion that one implementation model does not fit all and that, instead, a series of overlapping implementation strategies best target specific groups. 34 Consequently, a multi-faceted approach to guideline implementation has developed, which uses a more expansive approach that reaches out to multiple local stakeholders who are affected by the guideline, including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, equipment suppliers, administrators, and patients. Although it is still premature to attempt to disentangle which components of a multifaceted approach are most effective, reviews suggest that the successful implementation of clinical practice guidelines requires the construction of well-supported, uncomplicated guidelines with input from various stakeholders. 35 In addition, the implementation of guidelines should be provided with strong leadership and sufficient resources. A multistage education campaign and the ability to select, involve, and follow up with target patients and provide feedback to providers also seem to improve the ability to change health care behavior. Guideline implementation also demands regular review of the scientific literature to implement updates if needed. Rather than a specific configuration of implementation strategies, the novelty of the multifaceted approach might reside in its inadvertent appreciation of the interdependent and collaborative nature of medicine.