Despite acceleration in the pace of new discoveries and therapies, the quality chasm in health care and gaps between scientific evidence and clinical care delivery are of growing concern. Dissemination science develops effective ways to communicate information on evidence-based interventions to health practitioners. Improvement science creates and sustains improvements in healthcare delivery, while implementation science studies methods to promote the systematic uptake of evidence-based practices into routine care to improve health outcomes. This program integrates all of these domains and leverages expertise and partnerships to establish new training, integrate new knowledge into clinical care, and extend innovations to underserved and rural communities.

Healthcare Delivery Science – Implementing, Improving, and Disseminating Health Innovations
(CLH 298)

Spring Quarter 2023 - 1 unit

This virtual course provides participants with a foundational understanding of methods for moving evidence-based interventions into real-world settings through Healthcare Delivery Science. It is targeted at students in graduate and research training programs in healthcare settings and clinicians who are seeking techniques to effectively translate/integrate scientific evidence into real-world practice.

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Healthcare Delivery Science Seminars

The Healthcare Delivery Science program presents seminars on research and practice in this field, featuring UC Davis Health physician scientists presenting the latest research and clinical applications. The intended audience is clinicians and health researchers.

No seminars are currently scheduled. As soon as more seminars are scheduled, we will update this page and the CTSC Events Calendar.

Presentation Archives

Presentation archives are located under Healthcare Delivery Science in the Resource Library.