CFAR ISIG WIP/Journal Club - "Considerations and resources for selecting implementation science frameworks" w/ Andrew Kerkhoff, MD, PhD, MSc

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Considerations and resources for selecting implementation science frameworks

Andrew Kerkhoff, MD, PhD, MSc

Picture of Andrew Kerkhoff, 2020 Excellence in Clinical Science Awardee

Dr. Andrew D. Kerkhoff, MD, PhD, MSc, is an infectious disease physician, HIV primary care provider, and Assistant Professor in the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine, at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital at the University of California, San Francisco. He has more than a decade of experience undertaking research based in sub-Saharan Africa that evaluates novel tools and strategies to improve the diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB), with a focus on low-cost, point-of-care assays. His current research seeks to apply implementation science methods, to improve individual- and population-level outcomes through the development and evaluation of equity-focused, efficient, effective and sustainable TB, HIV, and COVID-19 care engagement and retention strategies in the United States and Zambia.