The CCTSI Dissemination & Implementation (D&I) Research Core supports innovation, education, and application of D&I science and evidence for the CCTSI community and the broader CTSA consortium. We offer support in three areas: D&I Science Resources; Educational Opportunities; Mentorship, Consultation and Collaboration.
We partner with the D&I Science Program led by Dr. Russell Glasgow in the Adult & Child Consortium for Health Outcomes Research & Delivery Science (ACCORDS) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
The CCTSI and ACCORDS gather, develop, and curate literature, online interactive tools, eBooks, and materials to guide learning and application of D&I methods, measures and frameworks to clinical and translational research.
The CCTSI and ACCORDS offer education in D&I science through seminar series, workshops, and conferences as well as a D&I graduate certificate program in partnership with the Clinical Science program. Graduate D&I Science core courses include CLSC 7653 Introduction to D&I Research in Health, CLSC 6560 Designs and Mixed Methods in Implementation Research and CLSC 6750 Designing for DIssemination and Sustainability.
CCTSI and ACCORDS D&I faculty provide expertise in D&I science for junior and more established investigators seeking D&I mentorship, consultation, and collaboration. CCTSI members and partners, start by requesting a free initial consultation.
Register now for our virtual, international conference, Implementation & Conduct of Pragmatic Research: Ensuring Rigor & Relevance in Practice, to be held May 24-26, 2021 from 10am – 3pm MT. Ideal for junior faculty (K awards, career development awards, etc.) or anyone seeking to learn and apply a new method in pragmatic research. Visit www.COPRHCon.com for more information and to register, or follow us on Twitter @CoprhCon. Sponsored by both ACCORDS and CCTSI, COPRH Con is supported by an AHRQ-funded R13 conference grant. CCTSI members (free membership sign up here) from CCTSI
affiliate institutions can register for free here.