Additional Resources

Dissemination Approaches For Different Stakeholders

Section 6

Additional Resources


Leah Tuzzio, MPH

David Chambers, DPhil

Ellen Tambor, MA

Jerry Suls, PhD

Beverly B. Green, MD, MPH

Susan Huang, MD, MPH

Kevin Weinfurt, PhD

Doug Zatzick, MD



Contributing Editors

Karen Staman, MS

Gina Uhlenbrauck, ELS

Liz Wing, MA


 Resource  Description
Grand Rounds March 9, 2018 Communication and Dissemination in Learning Health Systems (Eric Larson, MD, MPH)
Grand Rounds September 29, 2018 Preprints: What, Why Not, and How (Harlan Krumholz, MD)
Podcast September 29, 2018
Preprints: What, Why Not, and How (Harlan Krumholz, MD)
Information on Finding Reputable Journals
Writing webinars
Writing for Clinical Research Discusses the structure and features of research articles, the writing process, submission and peer review, and the responsibilities of authorship.
 Authorship and conflict of interest 
The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICJME) recommendations Criteria for authorship for peer review journals as well as author responsibilities for reporting conflicts of interest
Reporting and dissemination tools
PCORnet Best Practice Sharing Session Using Narratives to Promote Engagement: The MyPaTH Story Project. This session describes how the PaTH network has developed an archive of patient stories to support the development of people-centered research questions in PCORnet and facilitate patient engagement in patient-centered outcomes research.
PCORI’s Dissemination and Implementation Framework A dissemination and implementation (D&I) framework to facilitate strategic planning for sharing information and for putting new evidence into practice to speed change.
PCORI’s Dissemination and Implementation Toolkit A companion document to the D&I Framework that describes the core components of dissemination and implementation.
Aggregate Analysis of (AACT) database The Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) created the Aggregate Analysis of (AACT) database,  which is a publicly-accessible dataset that can be used to analyze studies and characterize the current state of clinical trials, including at the individual specialty level.

The product list contains publications, information regarding the methodology leading to the creation of AACT, tips, and example analyses.



Version History

December 11, 2018: Added resources as part of annual update (changes made by K. Staman).

Published August 25, 2017


Tuzzio L, Chambers D, Tambor E, et al. Dissemination Approaches For Different Stakeholders: Additional Resources. In: Rethinking Clinical Trials: A Living Textbook of Pragmatic Clinical Trials. Bethesda, MD: NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory. Available at: Updated December 11, 2018. DOI: 10.28929/088.