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GEM-Dissemination and Implementation Initiative (GEM-D&I)

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The GEM-Dissemination and Implementation Initiative (GEM-D&I), a project initiated and co-developed by the Cancer Research Network Cancer Communication Research Center at Kaiser Permanente Colorado and the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences, looks to identify the outcomes and associated measures evidence base to inform D&I research and practice. Its purpose is to create a growing and evolving resource for standardized, vetted D&I measures that can lead to comparable datasets and facilitate collaboration and comparison across disciplines, projects, content areas, and regions.

GEM-D&I is the measures component part of a larger D&I Measures and Methods Initiative. The second component is the methods and strategies tables, which can be found on the Implementation Science Team website. You can also join the conversation on the Research to Reality (R2R) community of practice, which provides opportunities for discussion and feedback on these proposed tables and related concepts.

The George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis has played a key role in the pre-population of the GEM-D&I Initiative with constructs and measures. To review all funding support please visit the Acknowledgements document on the main GEM D&I page.
  
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Workspace Administrator: Peyton Purcell ( purcellp@mail.nih.gov )       Workspace Status: Active (03/09/12)

     

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