PUBH 8816: Implementation Science

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A major focus of health research is the design of high quality interventions. However, whether and how these interventions are deployed successfully in clinical or community settings receives less attention. Given the extensive investment of time and resource in conducting health research, surprisingly few of these intervention innovations are ever \"translated\" to services, programs, or policies that benefit the lives of individuals, families, and communities. To address this challenge, implementation science has emerged as a set of theories and methodological approaches to enhance the translational process of evidence to practice. The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the key methodological considerations (theory, conceptualization, design, and analysis) when translating science to real world, everyday contexts using implementation science. Prerequisite: currently enrolled in a PhD program

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