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  1. Expanding the CONSORT - NEW
    1. ​Article​
    2. Fillable PDF
  2. - D&I Models​
  3. Adaptation Assessment

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



Who: D&I Scientist at the Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor level Qualifications: Knowledge of D&I models, measures & methods, strong research record, experience in clinic/community, ability to mentor junior faculty Opportunities: Collaborate with D & I experts and others in diverse programs, departments and disciplines (SOM, VA, Cancer Center, CCTSI, Children’s Hospital Colorado, etc.)

CLICK HERE for more information

NEW Article Published: 

Battaglia, & Glasgow. (2018). Pragmatic dissemination and implementation research models, methods and measures and their relevance for nursing research. Nursing Outlook, .

Click HERE to read the article 

NIH Collaboratory - New Training Resource


    • Materials from the inaugural ePCT Training Workshop (2018) providing training to mid- and senior-level investigators interested in conducting ePCTs

    • Infographic introducing the elements of the NIH Collaboratory program and the value of engaging in pragmatic research

    • Slide presentation and worksheet on essential things to think about and do when designing, conducting, and disseminating ePCTs

    • An introductory video from NIH Collaboratory leadership on the rationale and aims for the ePCT training resources NIH Collaboratory Coordinating Center

Click HERE to visit the resource​
Patient & System Value Resource Hub
​Costing and Data Collection

Data Science to Patient Value (D2V) Patient & System Value Core (PSV) partners with researchers and clinicians to improve value-driven healthcare.  The PSV Core has gathered tools for measuring and understanding the cost of delivering care in order to improve value in healthcare.  This resource hub provides some of the tools available to support value-driven health care.

ExCONSORT fillable thumb.JPGExpanded CONSORT Figure – draws on theory, a prior meeting, and recent recommendations for summarizing factors related to external validity by adding data about participation and representativeness at the levels of settings and staff, and about intervention sustainability after project support ends. This figure provides a method to address the representativeness, generalizability and sustainability of outcomes research more efficiently. 

Read the article HERE  

Fillable PDF Expanded CONSORT Figure HERE​ 

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Upcoming Events

October 2-3, 2018

ACCORDS/CCTSI Designing for Dissemination Workshop

Bridging Science & Practice of Designing for Dissemination: Going from Unicorns to Workhorses

LIVE STREAMING​ for plenaries (see agenda)

Plenary presentations will be recorded and posed here after the event.​

September 25, 2018
PSMG Virtual Grand Rounds
Geoffrey Curran, PhD
​October 2, 2018
PSMG Virtual Grand Rounds​
Volker Grimm, PhD

October 9, 2018
10:00-11:30am MT
PSMG Virtual Grand Rounds​
Brian S. Mittman, PhD