Interdisciplinary dissemination and implementation research to advance translational science: Challenges and opportunities.
- Author(s): Guerrero, EG
- Hahn, EE
- Khachikian, T
- Chuang, E
- Brown, AF
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1017/cts.2016.4
INTRODUCTION:Interdisciplinary 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. METHODS:This study drew on data collected from an expert panel during a regional symposium. RESULTS:Findings highlight facilitators and barriers to stimulating interdisciplinary TDII research in different domains: intrapersonal, interpersonal, organizational, power and hierarchy, physical environment, and communication and language. CONCLUSIONS:Findings have significant implications for TDII of clinical practices.