The Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Methods Unit supports the development and integration of frameworks, methods, and metrics in community-engaged research.

We focus on implementation science as it applies to health care, community, and policy contexts. The Unit is composed of faculty experts in D&I research from across schools and departments at UNC.

Implementation Science

The Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Methods Unit supports the development and integration of frameworks, methods, and metrics in community-engaged research.

We focus on implementation science as it applies to health care, community, and policy contexts. The Unit is composed of faculty experts in D&I research from across schools and departments at UNC.

Consultation services

You can access our D&I experts for help with:

  • Identifying appropriate funding sources for D&I research projects
  • Providing technical assistance regarding D&I science proposals
  • Finding collaborators with D&I expertise
  • Selecting and refining approaches to the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based interventions
  • Providing resources for increasing knowledge and skills related to D&I

Other Resources

We created the Implementation Science Exchange website. ImpSciX contains a wealth of D&I resources, including successfully funded sample grant proposals, theories and frameworks on Implementation Science and Organizational Theory, journals that publish related research, networking opportunities, and many other resources.

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UNC Implementation Science Speaker Series

Each semester, the D&I Methods Unit at NC TraCS will co-sponsor external faculty visits to present on cutting edge implementation science topics, meet with students, and consult with faculty.

Objectives:

  • Raise profile of implementation science on UNC Health Sciences campus
  • Raise profile of UNC as a leader in implementation science in health
  • Strengthen relationships with academic and practice partners
  • Build capacity of UNC faculty, staff, trainees and students to advance implementation science
  • Make series available to other institutions in the area (e.g., Duke, ECU, N.C. A&T, RTI, NC State, Wake Forest)

Co-sponsors:

Each Implementation Science Speaker Series event is co-sponsored by one other unit on campus to promote collaboration across disciplines in implementation science.

  • Past and upcoming cosponsors include UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy.
  • If your department or school is interested in cosponsoring an upcoming event, please contact Catherine Rohweder at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Past events:

  • Gila Neta, PhD, MPP

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