Panel Discussion: The Role of Dissemination and Implementation Science (D&I) to Strengthen Research for NICHD Populations

February 24, 2021

Sponsor/Co-Sponsor(s)

Office of Global Health (OGH), Office of the Director (OD), NICHD

Location

Webinar

Purpose

D&I seeks to accelerate the process of applying evidence-based interventions into healthcare and public health settings by bridging research, practice, and policy. OGH convened a panel of D&I experts to give an overview of D&I as a research methodology and to present examples of the benefits of D&I research, particularly for studying NICHD populations of interest. The panel highlighted the following two NICHD-funded studies:

  • The first study examined a multi-level nutrition intervention targeting childhood obesity in low-income preschools in Los Angeles County, California, with predominantly Latinx populations.
  • The second study evaluated the effectiveness of improving health system capacity and government health policies in Mozambique to deliver evidence-based interventions shortly after birth to reduce neonatal mortality.

Additionally, the panel shared D&I training opportunities for both NIH staff and researchers.

More Information

Panel discussion video and presentation materials

Contacts

Dr. Jenelle Walker
Health Scientist Administrator, OGH, OD, NICHD
Phone: 301-435-0054
Email: jenelle.walker@nih.gov

Dr. Vesna Kutlesic
Director, OGH, OD, NICHD
Phone: 301-435-7566
Email: vesna.kutlesic@nih.gov

 
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