PRESENTATION: Dr. Hoover and S4A Grantees to Share Findings at 10th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health
Dr. Hoover will chair a session on Addressing Implementation Context to Improve Outcomes for Vulnerable Populations at the upcoming Dissemination and Implementation Conference in Arlington, Va., hosted by AcademyHealth and the National Institutes of Health.
Scaling and spreading evidence-based interventions requires strategies to reduce adoption barriers, particularly among vulnerable populations navigating a lack of resources, limited social support, and fragmented systems that can complicate efforts to address unmet needs. This session highlights methods and early findings from three studies funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Systems for Action program, which supports discovery and application of evidence on aligning the delivery and financing systems that support health and well-being nationwide. Findings illustrate how multi-system strategies mitigate implementation barriers that impede health outcomes for the elderly, low-income families, and individuals battling mental illness and substance abuse.
The Comprehensive Care, Community, and Culture Program (C4P): Early lessons from C4P Implementation
David Meltzer, MD PhD and Elizabeth Nida, MA, LSW, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Addressing Behavioral Health in TANF to Improve Health Equity among Low-Income Caregivers
Mariana Chilton, PhD, MPH, Jerome Dugan, PhD, Sandra Bloom, MD, Layla Booshehri, PhD and Falguni Patel, MPH, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Community Participatory Research to Enhance Multisector Collaboration, Accelerate Alignment, and Reduce Policy Cycle Time to Advance the Culture of Health
William Riley, PhD1, George Runger, Ph.D.1, Gevork Hartoonian1, Michael Shafer2 and Kailey Love, MS1, (1)Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, (2)University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ