Intervention Implementation Approaches: Adapting to Distance Models during COVID-19
Part 1 of a 4-part Implementation Science Panel Series on Adapting HIV and Other Interventions to Distance Models and Interruptions in Times of COVID-19
COVID-19 has ushered in a new era of digital health. A UCSF faculty panel will discuss implementation approaches, challenges, and considerations around providing and improving the implementation of mHealth / tech-based interventions to ensure they work for all. This series will address particular considerations for research in under-resourced areas, research with elderly and language-diverse populations, and addressing disparities in education and support. Topics of discussion include current successes with digital health, adaptations of in-person service provision, use of social media and digital technologies as behavioral interventions, and findings about how COVID-19 has changed/impacted service delivery.
Speakers: Judy Tan, Parya Saberi, Ida Sim, Courtney Lyles
Hosted by the Interventions and Implementation-Science (I&I) Core, UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
Co-sponsored by the UCSF CFAR Implementation Science Working Group, UCSF Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics Implementation Science Program and PRISE Center