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Journal of Public Health Management & Practice:
doi: 10.1097/01.PHH.0000311898.03573.28
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Building a Local Agenda for Dissemination of Research Into Practice

Arrington, Barbara PhD, FACHE; Kimmey, James MD, MPH; Brewster, Mikki MSW; Bentley, Judy MSN; Kane, Mary MS; Van Brunschot, Catherine MSW, DipOB; Burns, Melissa MRP; Quinlan, Kathleen PhD; Brownson, Ross C. PhD

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Abstract

Across North America and in other parts of the world, there has been a growing Recognition that a large gap exists between public health knowledge generated through scientific discovery and its application in individual, community, organizational, and policy innovation. An academic-funder partnership sought to identify potential actions to improve the translation of public health Research to practice in Missouri. Concept mapping, a structured conceptualization process, was used to develop information to support a local action planning effort to improve Research translation to practice in Missouri. Nine conceptual clusters emerged: (1) provide education and training; (2) enhance capacity; (3) change incentives and accountability; (4) shift funding toward community needs; (5) support practice-based Research; (6) engage and collaborate with the community; (7) share knowledge; (8) engage influentials; and (9) sustain momentum; action plans were drafted to address priorities in each cluster. The project connected the ideas of a wide-ranging set of stakeholders, identified areas of high-level agreement among stakeholders, and supported shared agenda setting.

© 2008 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.

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