Training Workshops and Programs:
University of Pennsylvania, July 19-21, 2018
This three-day intensive workshop, hosted by the Penn Masters of Health Policy Program, is geared toward individuals who are interested in implementation science and applying principles from implementation science to practical implementation efforts. To learn more or apply, visit this link.
The NCI Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences hosts this training institute to provide participants with a thorough understanding in conducting D&I research with a specific focus on cancer. The training consists of a 4-month online course and a 2-day in person training in Bethesda, MD.
Dissemination and Implementation Fellowships:
Washington University in St. Louis
Fellows spend one week each summer at a special institute meeting, receiving individualized mentoring to help them shape a research agenda in implementation science and prepare a competitive research grant proposal in this 2-year fellowship opportunity. When not attending the weeklong institute, fellows participate in monthly webinars and meetings with their assigned mentor. To learn more or apply, visit this link.
Adult and Child Consortium for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS) UC Denver College of Medicine
This 2-year career development program is a fellowship designed to prepare a diverse group of post-doctorate scholars for careers in T4 translational research with an emphasis on HLBS disorders. The fellowships consists of a curriculum of courses, seminars, work in progress (WIP) meetings, and workshops. Three candidates are selected annually for this fellowship, which starts in July 2018. To learn more or apply, visit this link.
Several VA sites
This fellowship provides two years of post-residency, post-doctoral research, education, and clinical training opportunities to eligible physicians and associated health/nursing professionals. Seventy-five percent of the fellowship is devoted to research and education, with the remaining twenty-five percent devoted to clinical care at VA sites. To learn more or apply, visit this link.
Indiana University School of Medicine
This certificate program, built around a multi-disciplinary and inter-professional approach, prepares health care clinicians or administrators to become change agents in the healthcare system. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years of health care experience. The program is open to social workers, pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and health care administrators. To learn more or apply, visit this link.
University of California San Francisco School of Medicine
CAMPUS: This part-time program offers a series of courses focused on applied methods of implementation, particularly as they relate to developing more effective interventions to promote translation of specific evidence-based findings into everyday practice. The program is designed for people from a broad range of professional settings who are currently engaged in the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs to promote and improve health and health care quality, including clinical and public health researchers, quality improvement officers, community-based clinic staff, public health and public policy practitioners, and clinicians. Applications are due in March for the spring semester (April). To learn more or apply, visit this link.
ONLINE: UCSF also offer a one-year, part-time program consisting of a series of six online courses focused on theories and methods relevant to the design of strategies to facilitate uptake of health-related interventions. The Online Courses and Certificate program is designed for people from a broad range of professional settings who are currently engaged in the development, implementation, and evaluation of strategies to promote and improve health and health care quality, including clinical and public health researchers, quality improvement officers, community-based clinic staff, public health and public policy practitioners, and clinicians. To learn more or apply, visit this link.
Usually in December
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.