The Third Coast CFAR’s Behavioral, Social, and Implementation Sciences (BSIS) Core provides expert consultation to implementation research studies led by Third Coast CFAR members, and develops original workshops to engage new investigators and community partners in HIV implementation science. The BSIS Core also navigates users to resources and experts throughout the national CFAR network.
The Inter-CFAR Implementation Science Working Group (CFAR-ISWG) grew out of a collaborative workshop in April 2018 that aimed to:
- promote common language and definitions,
- advancing methodological innovation,
- initiating new implementation research to address HIV.
Recorded presentations, slide decks, referrals to training opportunities, and other resources from CFAR-ISWG and related workshops are available to investigators and implementation partners and are updated regularly. The (CFAR ISWG) listserv is also an excellent forum for disseminating information about HIV implementation science meetings, trainings, and funding opportunities.