Dissemination & Implementation Science Resources
The Demystifying Implementation Research Workshop: Basics to Beyond provided faculty and clinical scientists partnered with a Clinical Translational Science Award Hub an opportunity to learn more about how Implementation Research investigates adoption, integration, and sustainability of evidence-based practices in world settings to improve population health. This workshop is open to faculty and clinical scientists partnered with a Clinical Translational Science Hub, interested in Improvement Science. Click here to read the Final Workshop Report.
Implementation Science Research Development (ImpRes) Tool and Guide
This tool provides step-by-step instructions for developing an implementation science research study. Click here to access the Tool and Guide.
Orientation to the Science of Dissemination and Implementation
This National Cancer Institute – Training Institute for Dissemination & Implementation Research in Cancer (TIDIRC) introductory video includes featured speakers Rinad Beidas, PhD – University of Pennsylvania, Cara Lewis, PhD – Kaiser Permanente, and Byron Powell, PhD 9 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Click here to view full video.
This 6-part webinar series provides an introduction and orientation to the science of Dissemination & Implementation. Click here to view webinar series.
Recommended Resource List for Dissemination & Implementation Research Studies
This Resource List has been adapted from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation (TIDIRC) Open Access modules. Click here to read.
Resources for Community and Academic Partnerships
Principles of Community Engagement, 2nd Edition
This primer can serve as a guide for understanding the principles of community engagement for those who are developing or implementing a community engagement plan, or it can be a resource for students or faculty. Read more here.
Community Campus Partnerships for Health
A non-profit organization that promotes health equity and social justice through partnerships between communities and academic institutions.promoting community and academic partnerships. Read more here.
Resources for Practice-Based Research Networks
PBRN Research Best Practices
This document is the culmination of a mixed-methods research project in which over 100 researchers contributed their experience, expertise and wisdom to identify research best practices and recommendations to support primary care research. Read more here.
Essential PBRN Literature
The AHRQ Informs PBRNs about the latest about research that has been and is being conducted in PBRNs. Tools include presentations, documents, and information pertinent to PBRNs. Read more here.