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A content analysis of dissemination and implementation science resource initiatives: what types of resources do they offer to advance the field?

[...]non-interactive resources have the potential for greater reach [15] to those in the field of D & I, particularly with regard to increased knowledge about D & I science and practice [7]. Additionally, efforts to innovate on scalable web-based didactic material to target skill development may be... Full description

Journal Title: Implementation Science 2017, Vol.12
Main Author: Darnell, Doyanne
Other Authors: Dorsey, Caitlin , Melvin, Abigail , Chi, Jonathan , Lyon, Aaron , Lewis, Cara
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description: [...]non-interactive resources have the potential for greater reach [15] to those in the field of D & I, particularly with regard to increased knowledge about D & I science and practice [7]. Additionally, efforts to innovate on scalable web-based didactic material to target skill development may be warranted to build capacity. [...]it may be that certain content is best suited for non-interactive resources (i.e., research findings), whereas other content (i.e., new methodologies) might demand interactive resources such as a workshop. Additionally, websites provide at least one point of access to the resource initiative for interested stakeholders. [...]up-to-date websites with rich content are themselves a resource to the D & I science community. [...]although we attempted to sample from the global population of D & I science resource initiatives, it is also possible that our sampling strategies, particularly the requirement that materials be provided in English, resulted in under-sampling resource initiatives outside of the USA and Canada.
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