Raising the bar on the rigor, relevance, and rapidity of dissemination and implementation science.
This introductory seminar explores effective search, communication, and dissemination strategies and provides an overview of resources publicly available through the National Library of Medicine for public health and health services and policy researchers to use in their work.
In the second of a two-part series, AcademyHealth member Beth Prusaczyk offers three tips to increase the likelihood your work will reach policymakers.
In the first of a two-part series, AcademyHealth member Beth Prusaczyk describes the Congressional Research Service and how policymakers rely on it for evidence relevant to policymaking.
Implementation researchers, practitioners, and funders considered how to better support equitable implementation and outcomes. They make five recommendations from changing how we talk about implementation science to how we execute it and who we engage along the way.
Meshie Knight of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, introduces a framework to engage payer/provider partners to help research findings reach the people who can drive change.
Another record-breaking year at the Science of D&I Conference.
Establishing whether, how, and why a particular study has directly impacted health policy or health care practice is a persistent and well-documented challenge. A recent article in The Foundation Review chronicles AcademyHealth’s experience with this issue, including lessons learned that may be useful to other organizations that support research and policy analysis.
This 2015-2017 Progress Report details how AcademyHealth worked with our members, partners, and funders to make both health care and research better all with the aim of making health and health care better for everybody.
This rapid evidence review found that targeted interventions incorporating some type of cognitive behavioral therapy can lead to small, but positive improvements in a range of behavioral health outcomes for teens and young adults.