Dissemination & Implementation Science Program

Directed by Russell E. Glasgow, PhD




MODERATOR: Samantha M Harden

SPEAKERS: Matthew Lee Smith and Paul A Estabrooks

DATE & TIMENovember 4, 2021 1-2pm ET | 12-1pm CT | 11am-12pm MT | 10am-11amPT





New Comprehensive eBook on RE-AIM

New online special issue e-book in Frontiers of Public Health on: Use of the RE-AIM Framework.

This special issue includes 21 articles details the pragmatic use of the RE-AIM/PRISM framework in a wide variety of content areas and diverse settings. Users can sort articles by author, most viewed, type, and date published or download the entire eBook for freeStart reading HERE.  

Iterative RE-AIM Framework Video

Individual (RE) and Multi-level Setting (AIM) factors- community, organization, and staff

Please take a moment to view Iterative RE-AIM Framework to Inform Adaptations, a fun brief informational video from Cathy Battaglia and friends on Iterative RE-AIM. Iterative RE-AIM is a transitional research based approach from research to practice, policy, and real world applications. This video details how to carry out an Iterative RE-AIM assessment with your team.

We're Hiring!!!

We are recruiting for an experienced Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Scientist, ideally at the associate professor level, to collaborate with and help lead an active and growing D&I research, training and consultation program. 

This position will be predominantly research and research consulting, although some clinical work or teaching in our graduate certificate program in D&I is possible depending upon candidate background and interests.
A specific candidate content area of interest is not required; although we would be especially interested in applicants with expertise in systems science, health equity and multi-level approaches, as well as alignment with areas of current strengths.

CLICK HERE before applying for additional information regarding the position


APPLY HERE - ACCORDS DI Research Scientist 



Bethany Kwan, PhD, MSPH A Stakeholder Engagement Method Navigator Webtool for Clinical and Translational Science. educates and guides investigators in selecting an engagement method based on key criteria. The Stakeholder Engagement Navigator webtool is a user-centered, interactive webtool suitable for use by researchers seeking guidance on appropriate stakeholder engagement methods for clinical and translational research projects.

Click HERE to Read Article

Great new article in Implementation Science by our VA colleagues on assessing adaptions, which were documented using multiple approaches: real-time database, semi-structured midpoint and exit interviews with implementors, and member checking with the implementation team.


D&I Certificate Program

Our D&I Graduate Certificate provides real-world training in D&I science and practice which can be applied across multiple topic areas and settings in health services, clinical and community health, and public health research – it consists of 12 credit hours of courses taught by our faculty who are national leaders in the D&I science field.

Click HERE For more info

New Resource:

Costing Annotated Bibliography of Economic Analysis Resources Relevant for Implementation Science 

This tool was created by UC San Diego DISC and the ACCORDS D&I Program to compile resources, tools, and studies about cost/cost-effectiveness research in implementation science

Russell E. Glasgow, PhD

Register for the Sustaining Behavior Change Conference, a free two-day virtual symposium addressing how to help people sustain behavior change on October 15 & 22.


The Sustaining Behavior Change Conference is a joint project of @AnschutzWell, Colorado NORC, and @UABNews NORC.

Ready, Set, Sustain!

D&I Short course about balancing cost and value using practical implementation methods


2) University of Wisconsin 'short course' in D&I- Oct. 20 - 21. Key topics this year:

  •  EPIS- with Greg Aarons
  • Cost issues with Lisa Saldana

REGISTER HERE for D&I Short Course 2021

December 14-16, 2021


  • Explore how D&I science can help to address the critical challenges of improving health and health care;
  • Learn about new, innovative research findings; and
  • Engage in unique virtual networking with peers and leading experts in the field.

Most recent:

Margo Harrison (2021) The journal Contraception wishes to advance reproductive health through the rapid publication of the best and most interesting new scholarship regarding contraception and related fields such as abortion. Welcomes manuscripts from investigators working in the laboratory, clinical and social sciences, as well as public health and health professions education.

Read the Article