implementation science

  • Oliver Hurst owes his life to a luckily timed move across the country. His father and mother, who was then three months pregnant with Oliver, arrived in Vilonia from California in March 2020. At the time, UAMS’ Kapil Arya, M.D., was developing strategies as a UAMS Translational Research Institute Implementation Science Scholar to establish statewide newborn screenings for spinal muscular atrophy

  • University Of Utah

    Associate Professor of Population Health Sciences Dr. JD Smith presents "What Is Implementation Science?" as part of Utah CCTS' TL1 "What Is?" conference series.

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    University Of Washington

    The CTSA Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration (CLIC) program has created the new NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Visiting Scholars Program to help promote networking among KL2 Scholars. During the pandemic, KL2 Scholars are unable to visit other institutions or conferences to give presentations and network as they have in the past. This new program provides scholars

  • Tufts University Boston

    This short course provides an overview of two common implementation frameworks used in grant proposals, RE-AIM (the Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance Framework) and CFIR (the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research), and how the CFIR framework, combined with ERIC (Expert Recommendations for Implementing Change) strategies, can be used in planning for

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    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    Implementing your research project within an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is an exciting but complex endeavor that requires specialized tools and approaches. This talk will unpack what dedicated teams of informaticians have pioneered over the past decade. It will help the researcher understand a path forward for their research protocols. The talk addresses key differences between

  • ITMAT 2020
    University Of Pennsylvania
    15 Years of Excellence The 2020 ITMAT Symposium will again enlist outstanding speakers from the U.S. and abroad to address topics of direct relevance to translational science. Dates: Monday and Tuesday, October 12–13, 2020 Location: Free Virtual Event Registration Registration is required for participation via web. Registration is now open. Registration Link:
  • Our Community Engagement faculty lead discusses the importance of community engagement in the era of COVID-19 and her focus on implementation science Karen Emmons, PhD, is faculty lead of our Community Engagement program and professor of social and behavioral sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH). What lessons does the coronavirus crisis offer about the importance of
  • Harvard Medical School

    Implementation Research is an introductory online course that covers the theory and methods used in conducting implementation research. The conduct of real-world clinical research, often referred to as effectiveness or outcomes research, does not then guarantee the successful translation of knowledge into practice. There is a growing awareness that studies on comparative and cost effectiveness

  • The Wake Forest School of Medicine has made a considerable investment in a new Department of Implementation Science and will recruit five faculty, diverse in rank and discipline, into the department in the coming years. These individuals will be instrumental in operationalizing the vision and mission of the new department to become a national leader in dissemination and implementation research and
  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

    Implementation Science (IS) is the study of methods to promote systematic uptake of research findings and other evidence-based practices (EBPs) into routine clinical care, thus improving health care quality and effectiveness. The Translational Research Institute (TRI) will expand IS capacity and research productivity to address NCATS’ mission to rapidly advance interventions and integrate research

  • It takes an average of 17 years for medical research to be turned into real world practice. You don’t have to be a scientist to know that’s a really long time. The total percentage of interventions that are actually translated into practical application isn’t great either – only 14%. Much of this delay is the result of a big gap at the very last stage of translation, where academic knowledge is