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Interdisciplinary dissemination and implementation research to advance translational science: Challenges and opportunities.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1017/cts.2016.4
IntroductionInterdisciplinary collaboration is a critical component of translation, dissemination, implementation, and improvement (TDII) science. Yet, little is known about effective frameworks and practices regarding interdisciplinary research in TDII.
MethodsThis study drew on data collected from an expert panel during a regional symposium.
ResultsFindings highlight facilitators and barriers to stimulating interdisciplinary TDII research in different domains: intrapersonal, interpersonal, organizational, power and hierarchy, physical environment, and communication and language.
ConclusionsFindings have significant implications for TDII of clinical practices.
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