Implementation Science Research

The course is practical and will focus on the following topics; Identifying and characterizing the evidence practice gap, Identifying target barriers by developing logic models, Developing Logic Models for ImS, Introduction to mixed methods, focusing on qualitative data Collection

The goals of the One day symposium are to introduce implementation science research and to encourage the exchage of experiences with implementation science and implementation programming among researhers, practitioners, policy makers and implementation research leaders.

Presenter: Dr. Richard Katuramu
A resident in Internal Medicine and a fellow on the Implementation Science Program

A Two-day Implementation Science Course organized by the Makerere University College of Health Sciences -Implementation Science (MakCHS-ImS) Program and the Pulmonary Complications of AIDS Research Training (PART) Program

A one-day Implementation Science Symposium organized by the Makerere University College of Health Sciences -Implementation Science (MakCHS-ImS) Program and the Pulmonary Complications of AIDS Research Training (PART) Program

A lunch hour seminar on Implementation Science Research by Dr. Elvin Geng. Dr. Elvin Geng is an Associate Professor of Medicine Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine San Francisco General Hospital University of California San Francisco.

Demystifying Implementation Science : What is it and why do we need it ? -  Adithya Cattamanchi, MD, MAS

Course Content: The course is practical and will focus on the following topics; Identifying and characterizing the evidence practice gap, Identifying target barriers by developing logic models, Developing Logic Models for ImS, Introduction to mixed methods, focusing on qualitative data Collection

Course Content: During the Symposium, participants will be introduced to the emerging field of Implementation Science, including Design Principles and Core Competencies of ImS, Engagement with Community & Stakeholders, Scaling Up ImS in Uganda, Challenges to ImS in Uganda, Translating Evidenc