Building capacity in dissemination and implementation science: a systematic review of the academic literature on teaching and training initiatives

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This systematic review by Dr Rachel Davis (King’s College London) and Dr Danielle D’Lima (University College London) provides a global view of dissemination and implementation capacity-building initiatives and discusses the development and future of such capacity-building initiatives.

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