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Measurement resources for dissemination and implementation research in health

A 2-day consensus working meeting, hosted by the United States National Institutes of Health and the Veterans Administration, focused on issues related to dissemination and implementation (D&I) research in measurement and reporting. Meeting participants included 23 researchers, practitioners, and de... Full description

Journal Title: Implementation science : IS 22 March 2016, Vol.11, pp.42
Main Author: Rabin, Borsika A
Other Authors: Lewis, Cara C , Norton, Wynne E , Neta, Gila , Chambers, David , Tobin, Jonathan N , Brownson, Ross C , Glasgow, Russell E
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title: Measurement resources for dissemination and implementation research in health
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  • Rabin, Borsika A
  • Lewis, Cara C
  • Norton, Wynne E
  • Neta, Gila
  • Chambers, David
  • Tobin, Jonathan N
  • Brownson, Ross C
  • Glasgow, Russell E
subjects:
  • Dissemination
  • Implementation
  • Measurement
  • Resources
  • Systematic Review
  • Health Services Research
  • Information Dissemination
  • Information Services
  • Translational Medical Research
ispartof: Implementation science : IS, 22 March 2016, Vol.11, pp.42
description: A 2-day consensus working meeting, hosted by the United States National Institutes of Health and the Veterans Administration, focused on issues related to dissemination and implementation (D&I) research in measurement and reporting. Meeting participants included 23 researchers, practitioners, and decision makers from the USA and Canada who concluded that the field would greatly benefit from measurement resources to enhance the ease, harmonization, and rigor of D&I evaluation efforts. This paper describes the findings from an environmental scan and literature review of resources for D&I measures. We identified a total of 17 resources, including four web-based repositories and 12 static reviews or tools that attempted to synthesize and evaluate existing measures for D&I research. Thirteen resources came from the health discipline, and 11 were populated from database reviews. Ten focused on quantitative measures, and all were generated as a resource for researchers. Fourteen were organized according to an established D&I theory or framework, with the number of constructs and measures ranging from 1 to more than 450. Measure metadata was quite variable with only six providing information on the psychometric properties of measures. Additional guidance on the development and use of measures are needed. A number of approaches, resources, and critical areas for future work are discussed. Researchers and stakeholders are encouraged to take advantage of a number of funding mechanisms supporting this type of work.
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