Through strong translation, dissemination, and policy-engagement strategies, Penn LDI bridges the gap between research and policy, ensuring that the work of Senior Fellows reaches policymakers and informs key debates. We disseminate Penn LDI research products widely through social media, enews, promotion on Penn LDI’s and other websites, and targeted outreach to key constituencies. 

Activities

We can help LDI Fellows to repackage and effectively communicate your research and expertise to different audiences. Our multimedia products include:

To access our services, please contact us as soon as you know your article is accepted. Within staff and time constraints, we can help you translate your findings into Penn LDI products that can be timed with publication. If your research has already been published, we can help you apply your expertise to current events and debates through blogging and news stories. 

External Support

To reserve our services, consider putting our Translation and Dissemination in your next proposal to external funders. Increasingly, funders are requiring researchers to address translation and dissemination activities in project proposals. No longer satisfied with the boilerplate language of meeting presentations and journal publication, funders are looking for evidence that their dollars will have an impact beyond academic spheres. That’s where Penn LDI’s Translation & Dissemination Program comes in.

We offer bundles of translation and dissemination services that you can put into proposals to formalize these efforts. Funding allows us to devote limited Penn LDI resources to your specific project, and also shows a funder that you are serious about disseminating your work. You can tap into Penn LDI expertise in health policy, health economics, and health services research to make proposals more competitive and attractive to a broad array of funders.

Poster Printing Service

Penn LDI offers a Poster Printing Service to Senior and Associate Fellows who are first or second author on a poster. You may choose from two templates to download (linked below): (1) a traditional “wall of words;” and (2) a more reader-friendly version, likely to draw more attention to your poster. Click here for a video about the new poster template.

Poster Instructions:

Interested in Learning More? Contact Us.

Janet Weiner

Janet Weiner, PhD, MPH

Co-Director for Health Policy