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Implementation science should give higher priority to health equity

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Written by Neil Schoenherr

This story was originally published in The Source and features a study by Institute Faculty Scholars, Ross Brownson, Matthew Kreuter, Debra Haire-Joshu and other colleagues.

Moving scientific research results into public health and patient care more quickly could have a significant impact on health equity, finds a new paper from researchers at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.

Implementation science is the study of methods and strategies that help to speed evidence-based practice and research into regular use by public health and medical practitioners…

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