Tips for Getting Funded: Checklists, Tools, Self-ratings, and Guides for Successful Proposals in Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Research Visit the eBook
Resources developed by Enola Proctor, Ross Brownson, Byron Powell, Ana Baumann, Ashley Hamilton and Ryan Santens / Adapted into website form by Amy Huebschmann, Chase Cameron, Demetria McNeal, and Russell Glasgow
The Living Textbook reflects a collection of expert consensus regarding special considerations, standard approaches, and best practices in the design, conduct, and reporting of pragmatic clinical trials.
Given the rapid pace of change in this field, this electronic textbook will continue to be added to and updated.
Dissemination-Implementation.org was designed to help researchers and practitioners to select the D&I Model that best fits their research question or practice problem, adapt the model to the study or practice context, fully integrate the model into the research or practice process, and find existing measurement instruments for the model constructs. The term ‘Models’ is used to refer to both theories and frameworks that enhance the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based interventions more likely.
The MMAT is a critical appraisal tool that is designed for the appraisal stage of systematic mixed studies reviews, i.e., reviews that include qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods studies. It permits to appraise the methodological quality of five categories to studies: qualitative research, randomized controlled trials, non-randomized studies, quantitative descriptive studies, and mixed methods studies.
The Implementation Science Exchange is a free, online source for those interested in resources to help design, acquire funding for, execute and disseminate Implementation Science research projects. The Implementation Science Exchange is a public service of the NC Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It is developed and managed by the NC TraCS IS working group, with support from NC TraCS Communications and Web Development team.
Measures for person-centered Coordinated Care - The website is an online database of Patient-Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMs) and Patient Reported Experience Measures (PREMs) that can be utilized within programs that aim to deliver or evaluate person-centered coordinated care (P3C). This project is designed to be of value to a range of stakeholders (such as healthcare professionals, commissioners, and managers), but the resource is also a useful research tool, with features such as links to PubMed literature.