Raising the bar on the rigor, relevance, and rapidity of dissemination and implementation science.
As primary care practices face tremendous pressure to improve quality and access to care, a recent study points to key considerations for implementing primary care quality improvement efforts.
In this blog post, AcademyHealth member Beth Prusaczyk explains how the exchange of methods, strategies, and ideas across substantive areas and settings is critical to advancing learning.
The National Cancer Institute unveiled an open access training program to help close the gap between research and practice by building researchers’ dissemination & implementation capacity.
The Blueprint provides regular updates on the Paradigm Project, a concerted, collaborative effort to increase the relevance, timeliness, quality, and impact of health services research (HSR).
Designing a new paradigm for health services research brought more than 120 people to Washington, D.C., in July 2019 for the first meeting of the Paradigm Project.
AcademyHealth member and Professor Hardeep Singh and Tejal Gandhi, chief clinical and safety officer at IHI, highlight three considerations for the field of health services research to advance patient safety.
This introductory seminar explored effective search, communication, and dissemination strategies and provided an overview of resources publicly available through the National Library of Medicine for public health and health services and policy researchers to use in their work.
In the second of a two-part series, AcademyHealth member Beth Prusaczyk offers three tips to increase the likelihood your work will reach policymakers.
In the first of a two-part series, AcademyHealth member Beth Prusaczyk describes the Congressional Research Service and how policymakers rely on it for evidence relevant to policymaking.