Training Opportunity: Course HPR 611 Implementation Science in Health and Health Care

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Organization: Masters of Science in Health Policy Research, The University of Pennsylvania
Audience & Focus: Implementation Science in Health and Health Care (HPR‐611‐001) 2017 Spring Semester 1.00 cu Mondays 1:00‐4:00pm 1319 Blockley Hall Taught by Frances K. Barg, PhD, MEd, Judy Shea, PhD and Rinad Beidas, PhD The course is largely case‐based, evaluating examples of both successful and unsuccessful translational efforts. The structure of the course will focus on 3 successive stages—(1) organizational theory for designing interventions designed to change practice, (2) implementation strategies for optimizing adoption, and (3) program evaluation methods for assessing the success or failure of implementation. Specific tools in qualitative and mixed methods approaches will be emphasized. Master's students and professionals involved & interested in implementation science are eligible. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor(s) required. Enrollment is limited. To register, please contact Suzanne Mosko. suzannej@mail.med.upenn.edu
Deadline: Permission of the instructor(s) required
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