Seminar/Event Detail

Public Health Colloquium Series - Implementation Science for Program Planning and Research: Lessons from Home Visiting

Date/Time: 29 November 2012, 12noon - 1pm
Speaker: Elizabeth McFarlane
Speaker Affiliation: Office of Public Health Studies
Venue: UH Manoa Campus, Biomed D-207
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Description: Implementation Research is the scientific study of methods to promote
the integration of research findings and evidence-based interventions
into healthcare policy and practice. It seeks to understand the behavior
of healthcare professionals and support staff, healthcare organizations,
healthcare consumers and family members, and policymakers in context as
key variables in the sustainable adoption, implementation and uptake of
evidence-based interventions. Dr. McFarlane will present a multi-level
conceptual model, principles of implementation science, and theories of
behavior as applied to research of home visiting programs for parents of
young children.

This event was broadcast live and recorded using Blackboard Collaborate. Technical support was provided by the RMATRIX Biomedical Informatics Key Function.

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