Adapting UCSF Implementation Science Curriculum to Meet the Needs of HIV Focused Public Health Practitioners

  • Margaret A Handley, PhD, MPH
    Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Division of Preventive Medicine and Public Health and Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, and a faculty member, Center for Vulnerable Populations at the University of California, San Francisco.; Co-Director, UCSF Implementation Science (ImS) Program in the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute.

Margaret Handley: Adapting UCSF Implementation Science Curriculum....

Presentation Slides

  • Adapting UCSF Implementation Science Curriculum to Meet the Needs of HIV Focused Public Health Practitioners
  • Today's Objectives
  • UCSF Implementation Science Training Framework: Translating Evidence into Practice, Policy and Public Health
  • Transdisciplinary Sciences: Specific Areas Need for UCSF Investigators
  • What are the Design Priciples in Effect in the UCSF ImS Training Framework?
  • Curricular Components for Academic and 'Applied' Researchers focusing on Interventions
  • In Which Domains are ImS Skills Need?
  • Which Competencies are Needed?
  • II. Adaptations for Practitioner Trainees-Implementation Science in HIV Programming, Croatia June 2013
  • II Workshop on Implementation Science in HIV Programming, June 2013
  • II. Structure for Workshop on Implementation Science in HIV Programming, June 2013
  • II. Adapted Content from UCSF ImS Courses
  • Course Evaluation Summaries
  • Fit of Training - Relevance for Group
  • III. Next Steps flexible models of training to address local HIV prevention needs
  • Acknowledgements