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Translation, Dissemination & Implementation

Evidence around translation, dissemination and implementation helps the field of health services research move its findings more effectively into policy and practice. This section offers evidence and programs that help research producers better understand the needs of research users, helps place research in context, and test new and innovative approaches to moving knowledge into action.

Blog Post       Implementation Science: Effective, Engaging Strategies for Virtual Implementation Facilitation

Implementation Science: Effective, Engaging Strategies for Virtual Implementation Facilitation

COVID-19 forced virtual implementation strategies into the spotlight. In this blog post, as part of our series highlighting takeaways from the 13th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, we explore opportunities and challenges of remote implementation facilitation and share best practices for effective engagement during and after the pandemic.
Posted Jul 21, 2021 By Jennifer Bresnick
Blog Post

AcademyHealth Chair’s Remarks: Reflecting on What We Learned from the Pandemic

At the 2021 Annual Research Meeting (ARM), AcademyHealth Board Chair Bruce Landon delivered the Chair’s Address at the “Rock Stars of HSR” session. He highlights three areas of focus for the future including scientific innovation in research, broader and more impactful dissemination, and advances in diversity, equity and inclusion in the field of health services research (HSR).
Posted Jun 23, 2021 By Bruce Landon, M.D., M.B.A., M.Sc.
Publication

Novel Approaches to Research Funding Spurred by COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic forced researchers and funding organizations to think outside of the box when soliciting, applying for, and funding health services research. A new ParadigmProject paper looks at the novel approaches leveraged during the pandemic, which could provide a roadmap for shifting the HSR paradigm to more rapidly fund timely research.
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