Category: Dissemination / Implementation

Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion 13 - Shortening the Science-to-Service Pipeline: Forming a Tighter Link Between Neuroscience and Implementation Science

Saturday, November 18
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Sapphire Ballroom E & F, Level 4, Sapphire Level

Keywords: Translational Research | Implementation | Neuroscience
Presentation Type: Panel Discussion

Funding agencies attention to the science-to-service pipeline has focused on further translating laboratory research into routine mental health care. Achieving this goal requires several components, including an interdisciplinary team of neuroscientists and implementation scientists. Recently, ABCT co-sponsored a webinar on this area with NIMH and the Delaware project. Bringing together opposite ends of the clinical spectrum to discuss ways to ensure that basic science innovations make their way to clinical practice is crucial for efficiently moving the field forward. However, implementation scientists and neuroscientist rarely collaborate. The goal of this panel is to start a discussion at ABCT about opportunities to collaborate and provide various perspectives on this topic, ultimately generating solutions to link these lines of research. Expert panelists will facilitate a discussion on how these two interdisciplinary fields that are seemingly working on different ends of the spectrum may collaborate to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of neuroscience research translation into routine care. The panel will discuss why it takes so long to get from the laboratory to clinical care and how research design may impact the timeline. The discussion will include information about potentially misguided translations that have occurred, lessons learned from those attempts, and opinions about when science is “ready” to be translated to service and how to ensure it is practical and clinically relevant. This will be followed by a discussion about potentials for collaboration between neuroscientists and implementation scientists and ways to integrate RDoC and implementation methodology. Lastly, the panel will discuss their thoughts on to the utility of reconceptualizing the science-to-service pipeline in an effort to more efficiently utilize interdisciplinary knowledge between the two ends of the clinical spectrum.

Learning Objectives:

Shannon Stirman

Psychologist/Implementation Scientist
Stanford University

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Debra Kaysen

Professor
University of Washingon

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Send Email for Greg Siegle

Philippe Goldin

Director, Clinically Applied Affective Neuroscience Laboratory
Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, University of California, Davis

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Cassidy A. Gutner

Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine & National Center for PTSD

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