Dialogue on Dissemination Summary, Lenora Johnson, Center for Strategic Dissemination Jon F

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  • 1.Dialogue on Dissemination Summary Presentation Lenora Johnson, M.P.H., C.H.E.S. Center for Strategic Dissemination Jon F. Kerner, Ph.D. Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences
  • 2.The Dialogue Process August Call – Aims Identified A Dissemination Research agenda A Dissemination Implementation agenda (including the identification of dissemination tools that will have the greatest immediate payoff in reducing the suffering and death due to cancer) An inter-organizational collaboration agenda (focused on facilitating the Research and Implementation agendas) Case studies of successes
  • 3.Context Specific Meetings November 15-16, 2004 Dissemination Agendas for Public Health December 1-2, 2004 Dissemination Agendas for Clinical Care
  • 4.Research RecommendationsTwo Recommendations Seven Strategies
  • 5.Expand Infrastructure and Support for Dissemination and Implementation Research Strategy 1: Reconstruct and Expand National Funding Mechanisms/Requirements Strategy 2: Improve Quality of Peer Review Strategy 3: Increase Incentives and Rewards for Training and Career Development Strategy 4: Develop Common Lexicon of Research Methods and Terminology
  • 6.Strategy 5: Broaden/Shift the Accepted Research Designs and Methodologies Strategy 6: Increase Study of Specific Areas of Dissemination and Implementation Strategy 7: Monitor Progress of Dissemination/Implementation and Present Evidence to Promote New Research Strategies Build Body of Conceptual Models, Research Methods, and Theory-Based Applications
  • 7.Implementation RecommendationsTwo Recommendations Five Strategies
  • 8.Effective Communications Strategy 1: Facilitate communication and interaction among parties who can benefit from the successful translation of cancer control research findings into practice. Strategy 5: Make evidence-based practices and “knowledge mobilization” methods easier to adopt.
  • 9.Promote Partnerships Strategy 2: Promote research/practice partnerships between agencies that fund cancer control research and agencies that fund cancer control programs. Strategy 3: Increase demand for and encourage a culture of evidence-based practice within organizations that implement cancer control activities. Strategy 4: Cultivate dissemination partnerships based on mutual self-interest with traditional and non-traditional organizations.