Join us for this 6-part series exploring implementation science, its methodology, and application. Local and national experts will share talks on de-implementation, implementation mechanisms, community engagement, health equity, dissemination strategies, and global implementation science. The Fall 2022 Implementation Science Seminar Series will feature speakers from Brown University, Washington University, University of Arkansas, and Temple University.
October 25th, 2022 (12 - 1 PM EST) | Callie Walsh-Bailey, MPH, Washington University, "De-implementation and implementation: Two sides of the same coin or different sciences"
November 1st, 2022 (12 - 1 PM EST) | Dr. Hannah Frank, Brown University, "Making Implementation Strategies More Efficient: How Assessing Implementation Mechanisms Can Help"
November 22nd, 2022 (12 - 1 PM EST) | Dr. Eva Woodward, University of Arkansas, "Six Mindsets to Improve Equity Using Implementation Science: Implications for harm reduction and injury prevention"
November 29th, 2022 (12 - 1 PM EST) | Margaret Crane, MA, Temple University, "Disseminating Information about Evidence-Based Interventions"
December 6th, 2022 (12 - 1 PM EST) | Dr. Alethea Desrosiers, Brown University, "Applying Implementation Science to Address the Global Mental Health Gap"
December 13th, 2022 (12 - 1 PM EST) | Dr. Amy Nunn, Brown University, "Implementing Public Health Innovations at Open Door Health for MonkeyPox and STI Screening"
This series will be sponsored by Advance-CTR, the Brown DPHB Implementation Science Core, and Alcohol Research Center on HIV (ARCH).
Dr. Eva Woodward's seminar will be co-sponsored by the Rhode Island Hospital Injury Control COBRE.
This seminar will be recorded. By registering for this event, you consent to audio and video recording, without compensation, for use by Advance-CTR and its partners.
Please note, the 11/15, 11/22, 11/29, and 12/06 seminars will be accessed via a different Zoom link.