Implementation Science and Quality Improvement to Advance the Response to HIV

SPEAKERS

Eric Goosby, MD
United Nations Special Envoy on Tuberculosis
Director, Center for Implementation Sciences, UCSF Global Health Sciences
 
Mary Dixon-Woods FAcSS FMedSci RAND
Professor of Health Services Research
Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research
 
Bruce Agins, MD, MPH
Director, HEALTHQUAL International
Medical Director, NYSDOH AIDS Institute
 
Gareth Parry PhD
Senior Scientist
Institute for Healthcare Improvement
 
Lisa Hirschhorn, MD MPH
Professor of Medical Social Sciences
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
 
Ed Broughton, PhD
Director of Research and Evaluation for the USAID ASSIST and Health Care Improvement Projects
 
Diane Havlir, MD
Chief of the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases, and Global Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital
 
Joseph Murungu, MBChB
Former Deputy National HIV Care & Treatment Program Coordinator at the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health
 
Susan Buchbinder, MD
Director, Bridge HIV, San Francisco Department of Public Health Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSF
 

Registration is closed.

The field of HIV is fortunate to have a long list of biologically efficacious medical interventions to treat HIV infection and to prevent HIV acquisition. Ending the epidemic, however, depends on using these interventions efficiently, effectively, and with high quality in diverse real world settings.

Despite the apparent alignment of the goals of implementation science and quality improvement, these two discourses remain too often unconnected.

Sessions will include:

•Quality Improvement in the Global AIDS Response: Gaps and Opportunities
•Methods for Measuring and Improving Quality in Global AIDS Programs
•Working Groups to Create Multifocal Conversation and Long-Term Collaborations