Framework for Enhancing the Value of Research for Dissemination and Implementation

D and/or I:
information tooltip image The focus on dissemination and/or implementation activities. D-only focuses on an active approach of spreading evidence-based interventions to target audience via determined channels using planned strategies. D=I, D>I, and I>D means there is some focus on both dissemination and implementation. I-only focuses on process of putting to use or integrating evidence-based interventions within a setting.


Socio-Ecological Levels:
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Field of Origin:
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Public Health; Medicine

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information tooltip image The original publication(s) of the model.

Neta G, Glasgow R, Carpeter C, Grimshaw J, Rabin B, Fernandez M, Brownson R. A Framework for Enhancing the Value of Research for Dissemination and Implementation Research. Am J Public Health. 2015 January; 105:49-57.

information tooltip image Citations of studies that have used the model as an outline for their study.

Carpenter, C. R., Raja, A. S., & Brown, M. D. (2015). Overtesting and the downstream consequences of overtreatment: implications of “preventing overdiagnosis” for emergency medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine, 22(12), 1484-1492.

Cates, C. B., Weisleder, A., & Mendelsohn, A. L. (2016). Mitigating the effects of family poverty on early child development through parenting interventions in primary care. Academic pediatrics, 16(3), S112-S120.

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