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Summary of Required Interactive Courses, Seminars, Workshops, and Core Lectures in T4 Dissemination and Implementation Science
Type and TitleProposed Instructor
Courses (each scholar to take all three in the first year) - Rotating
1.T4 Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health (Intro)Rabin
2. T4 Designs and mixed methods in Implementation ResearchHoltrop
3. Designing for Dissemination and SustainabilityMorrato
Seminars (two per year) – Anywhere from 1-9 months depending on layout of lectures in the series.  Seminar series include a variety of 60-90 minute lectures pertaining to a specific overall topic.      
Examples include:
Health EconomicsGlasgow, Gritz, Ritzwoller, Campbell, & Whittington (October-November, 2018)
Shared Decision Making: The Science of Patient Centered DecisionsMatlock, Knoepke, Scherer, Chapman, Tate, & Caverly (October, 2018-April, 2019)
D&I Issues in Health DisparitiesHavranek (proposed for Fall, 2019)
Evaluation & Measurement in T4 ScienceRabin
T4 Aspects of Precision MedicineMatlock/Nease
Current Issues, Developments, and Controversies in D&I (D&I TEAM)Glasgow
Workshops (one to be delivered annually; typically two full days in length with a number of key lectures and round table discussions) – scholars to be involved in planning and delivery
Examples include:
Bridging the Science and Practice of Designing for DisseminationKeynotes by D Chambers, M Kreuter, B Rabin & S Wong
(October 2nd-3rd, 2018)
Getting Funded in D&I Research: Writing successful proposalsKeynotes by E Proctor and P Estabrook
(Oct. 2017)
Pragmatic Research in D&IKeynotes by R Brownson, E Morrato, R Glasgow (Oct. 2016
1) Work in Progress Sessions
2) D&I Program Meetings
All mentors and scholars participate in the WIP sessions. Scholars rotate presentations and discussions.  Scholars are also required to attend Dr. Russell Glasgow's D&I meeting immediately following WIP.  Both events take place weekly on Tuesday afternoons.
*In addition to required activities above, scholars will periodically attend specified career development core lectures at ACCORDS. These 60-90 minute lectures are typically scheduled on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. 
Examples include:
The Promise and Challenge of Dissemination and Implementation Science (DIS)Glasgow (July 6th, 2018)
Evaluation and Outcomes in Dissemination and Implementation ScienceGlasgow (July 23rd, 2018)
Theoretical Models in Dissemination and Implementation ScienceHavranek (August 6th, 2018)
Implementation and Dissemination Research DesignsKempe (August 20th, 2018)
The Program Co-Directors may also encourage scholars to mini-course lectures developed for the PCRF and SCORE fellowships that take place on Monday afternoons (please click the Supplementary Coursework tab above for more details).  In addition, scholars may need to attend webinars in dissemination and implementation outside of ACCORDS that frequently occur on other days of the week.

​Last Updated: 11-26-18​​​​​