Our goal is to:
- Create collaborative learning partnerships
embedded research settings to translate research into practice more quickly and successfully
- Conduct cutting edge T3-T4
pragmatic research and measures, adaptation of interventions, designing for
dissemination, shared decision making, planning for and evaluation of reach,
implementation and sustainability
- Use interactive on-line resources and
patients, medical and public health students, trainees and faculty
- Communicate frequently updated information on
D&I related conferences,
grant opportunities, events, webinars, talks, and training
- Provide local consultation on
D&I related research to increase funding and publication success
Holtrop, J., Rabin, B., & Glasgow, R. (2018) Qualitative approaches to use of the RE-AIM framework: rationale and methods. BMC Health Services Research. 18:177. doi: 10.1186/s12913-018-2938-8.
Read the Article
Burke, R., & Shojania, K. (2018). Rigorous evaluations of evolving interventions: Can we have our cake and eat it too? BMJ Quality & Safety, BMJ Quality & Safety, 9 February 2018.
Russ Glasgow's recent grand rounds presentation to the Prevention Science & Methedology Group.
Download the presentation HERE
D K King, S J Gonzalez, J A Hartje, B L Hanson, C Edney, H Snell, R J Zoorob, N A Roget; Examining the sustainability potential of a multisite pilot to integrate alcohol screening and brief intervention within three primary care systems, Translational Behavioral Medicine, ibx020, DOI: 10.1093/tbm/ibx020
Whether you are a researcher, policy planner, or community organizer , this tool is designed to to guide you on how a project can be designed with greater dissemination potential.