Implementation science is the study of methods that influence the integration of evidence-based interventions into practice settings. Dissemination is the process of spreading knowledge and information to these settings.
To inform the design of evidence-based interventions that can be successfully applied in real-world settings, improving health.
It takes an average of 17 years for 14% of research to translate into practice. People may thus experience a significant delay in, or never be offered, interventions that have been proven to improve health.
Increasing the number of interventions that translate into practice can have a direct and positive impact on the public’s health by increasing access to approaches that have been demonstrated to improve health in diverse populations.
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