Dissemination, Implementation, and Improvement Sciences

June 7, 2021 - 2:00pm to 4:45pm
Heather King, Assistant Professor in Population Health Sciences; Leah Zullig, Associate Professor Professor in Population Health Sciences

This is a single workshop delivered over two days

Focus on dissemination, implementation, and improvement science as a hybrid of didactic teaching and discussion. Attendees will receive an intro. including different perspectives toward organizational improvement, and their importance in the context of the evolving US healthcare system and population health sciences. Discuss relevant theories, models, and frameworks; commonly applied research designs; measures and measurement considerations; and implementation strategies. Address the balance between ensuring fidelity and maximizing fit for context.

Workshop Outcomes

By the end of the workshop participants will be able to:

-Recognize dissemination, implementation, and improvement science in a local context and within the larger US healthcare system
-Interpret scholarly literature, including different perspectives towards organizational improvement
-Compare and contrast theories, models, and/or frameworks
-Critically evaluate commonly applied research study designs and measures
-Identify and describe implementation strategies
-Understand key concepts for adapting evidence-based programs to different populations within varied geographic or clinical settings

Recommended Audience: Clinicians, practitioners, researchers, students, trainees, and staff interested in an intro. to dissemination, implementation, and improvement science

Early Bird Pricing ends 1/31. Get 25% off when your register for 4 workshops.