In December 2020, more than 1,500 individuals convened online for the first-ever virtual Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health. Featuring live plenary sessions, pre-recorded breakout sessions, and interactive activities, the D&I community addressed the challenges facing D&I science, presented research findings, and identified the next set of research priorities.
Dissemination and Implementation Science in a Dynamic, Diverse, and Interconnected World: Meeting the Urgent Challenges of our Time.
2020 Best Poster Winner
Brian Blanco, LCSW
University of California, San Diego and VA San Diego Healthcare System
“Treating Late-Life Hoarding: Implementation and Evaluation of a Community-Based Program” View Winning Poster »
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About the Conference
The Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health (D&I), co-hosted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and AcademyHealth, helps realize the full potential of evidence to optimize health and health care by bridging the gap between research, practice, and policy. By outlining the priorities in the field, the Science of D&I Conference aims to ensure that evidence is used to inform decisions that will improve the health of individuals and communities.
Through a combination of plenaries, concurrent, and poster sessions, the Science of D&I Conference supports the collective understanding of the research agenda, addresses the challenges facing D&I science, presents research findings, and identifies the next set of research priorities - setting the field up for a strong future
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