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Advancing T3 Implementation Science through CTSAs

Track: Translational Science, Policy and Health Outcomes Science

Session Number: 1028
Date: Fri, Apr 21st, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Description:

The mission of the NIH CTSA program will be fully realized only with significant increase in efforts to implement research findings into care and policy. Implementation research increases our understanding of how to facilitate healthcare professionals, healthcare delivery systems, and policy makers in rapid uptake of new evidence. This new science takes into account the dynamics that occur at the intersection of healthcare services, delivery systems, healthcare providers, patients, administrators, and consumers. At our 2017 session, the expert panel will explore the unique challenges of this nascent scientific field within the context of NIH CTSAs, including the work of the CTSA Consortium Domain Task Force on Dissemination, Implementation, and Knowledge Transfer.
Session Type: Panel Discussion

Discipline: None
Session Description: The mission of the NIH CTSA program will be fully realized only with significant increase in efforts to implement research findings into care and policy. Implementation research increases our understanding of how to facilitate healthcare professionals, healthcare delivery systems, and policy makers in rapid uptake of new evidence. This new science takes into account the dynamics that occur at the intersection of healthcare services, delivery systems, healthcare providers, patients, administrators, and consumers. At our 2017 session, the expert panel will explore the unique challenges of this nascent scientific field within the context of NIH CTSAs, including the work of the CTSA Consortium Domain Task Force on Dissemination, Implementation, and Knowledge Transfer.
Session Type: Panel Discussion

Discipline: None
Session Description: The mission of the NIH CTSA program will be fully realized only with significant increase in efforts to implement research findings into care and policy. Implementation research increases our understanding of how to facilitate healthcare professionals, healthcare delivery systems, and policy makers in rapid uptake of new evidence. This new science takes into account the dynamics that occur at the intersection of healthcare services, delivery systems, healthcare providers, patients, administrators, and consumers. At our 2017 session, the expert panel will explore the unique challenges of this nascent scientific field within the context of NIH CTSAs, including the work of the CTSA Consortium Domain Task Force on Dissemination, Implementation, and Knowledge Transfer.

Speakers

Moderator/Chair
Kathleen R. Stevens, RN, EdD, FAAN
Professor
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Speaker 1
Enola Proctor, PhD, MSW
Washington University in St. Louis, Institute Of Clinical and Translational Sciences
Speaker 2
Patricia Jones, DrPh, MPH
Program Director
National Institutes of Health
Speaker 3
Paul Meissner, MSPH
Director, Research Program Development
Albert Einstein College of Medicine