NIH: Office of Disease Prevention


Frameworks, theories, and models provide a systematic method for understanding, operationalizing, and evaluating the dissemination and implementation (D&I) of evidence-based interventions. This section provides resources to help investigators better understand how D&I models can address research questions or practice problems, how models can be adapted to fit a particular context while optimizing fidelity, and how D&I constructs can be measured to inform research and practice.

Understanding and Selecting D&I Frameworks, Theories, and Models

Adaptation and Integration of D&I Models

Measuring Constructs Affiliated With D&I Models

Putting D&I Models to Use