Implementation science provides a multidisciplinary framework and set of rigorous methods to promote the integration of scientific evidence into health care practice, policy, and research. Implementation science seeks to improve population health by increasing system level adoption, wide-scale delivery, and sustainment of evidence-based interventions in communities and organizations.

In December 2016, the Third Coast Center for AIDS Research hosted Implementation Science 101: An Introductory Workshop Focused on HIV/AIDS. The recorded presentation and a PDF of the slides can be found on the CFAR website here.

Implementation Science 201: Overview of Experimental Designs for Implementation Research with Applications to HIV will introduce participants to the concepts and skills needed to include Implementation Science methods in research projects from all disciplines.



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