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10th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health
December 4-6, 2017 | Crystal Gateway Marriott | Arlington, VA
More than 1,200 attendees converged in Arlington, VA to bridge the gap between research, practice, and policy in health and health care. Over the course of two and half days, attendees reflected on the accomplishments of and challenges to the field, and focused on the opportunities ahead.
2017 Keynote Speaker:
View This Year's Presentations
This year's D&I conference included many diverse sessions presented by some of the best in the field. View the 2017 online agenda to download presentation slides. Slides were approved and posted on the online agenda on an individual basis. To download presentations, locate the specific session in the online agenda and search for the presenter information.
10th Annual D&I Conference Theme Song
Performed by the conference co-chair, David Chambers, D.Phil., National Cancer Institute, NIH
Getting Social at the 2017 D&I Conference
#DIscience17 attendees are a lively bunch. Check out the Twitter activity from this year's conference (December 4-6).
- Impressions: 5.402 Million
- Tweets: 3,262
- Participants: 701
Top #DIscience17 Tweeters:
About the D&I Conference
Quality research generates the evidence needed to optimize health and health care in the United States and elsewhere. However, the full potential of evidence can only be realized if it is effectively incorporated into health practice and policy. The Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health (D&I), co-hosted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and AcademyHealth, bridges the gap between research, practice, and policy in health and health care.
This conference intends to support collective understanding of the research agenda to incorporate these challenges into D&I research through a combination of plenaries, concurrent and poster sessions that will present research findings and identify the next set of research priorities, setting the field up for the next decade.