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ACCORDS Dissemination and Implementation

 
​​Directed by Russell Glasgow, PhD​ ​
 

Our goal is to:​

  • Create collaborative learning partnerships with embedded research settings to translate research into practice more quickly and successfully
  • Conduct cutting edge T3-T4 research on: 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 support for patients, medical and public health students, trainees and faculty researchers
  • Communicate frequently updated information on D&I related conferences, articles, grant opportunities, events, webinars, talks, and training opportunities
  • Provide local consultation on D&I related research to increase funding and publication success



The Latest

Examining the sustain potential_King thumb.JPGD 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

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The IMPACT​ (IMPlementation to Achieve Clinical Transformation) K12, centered at the Adult and Child Consortium for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS), is a two-year career development program to prepare a diverse group of post-doctorate scholars for careers in T4 translational research with an emphasis on HLBS disorders. 


D4D thumb.JPGWhether 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.


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Pragmatic App of REAIM in Comm and Clinical Settings thumb.JPGGlasgow RE, Estabrooks PE. (2018). Pragmatic Applications of RE-AIM for Health Care Initiatives in Community and Clinical Settings. Prev Chronic Dis;15:170271. 

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Using Social Networking_Chronic Disease Mgmt thumb.JPG Holtrop, J. S., et al. (2018). Using Social Network Analysis to Examine the Effect of Care Management Structure on Chronic Disease Management Communication Within Primary Care. J Gen Intern Med.


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     Upcoming Events


February 28, 2018






*Application Deadline*
You must have all application materials submitted by this date in order to be considered for review by the committee
Current and July 2018

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The Center for Mental Health Services Research at the Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis, invites applications for postdoctoral training in mental health services research. The program is supported by a National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Training Grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH - T32 MH19960).



​​​February 20, 2018
Letters of intent DUE  (UC Denver candidates only)


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April 11-14, 2018

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