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Implementation Science: Concepts, Designs and Challenges

Dr. Geoff Curran
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Monday, January 13, 2020
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Geoffrey M. Curran, PhD, Dir., Center for Implementation Research and Prof. Departments of Pharmacy Practice and Psychiatry, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
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Population Health Sciences External Speaker Series

During this Population Health Sciences External Speaker Series, Dr. Curran will discuss:

- Definitions and key concepts in implementation science including established models, theories, and frameworks.

- Common research designs in implementation science including effectiveness-implementation hybrids, SMART, and roll-out designs.

-The current state of the field including key challenges and potential solutions for researchers writing implementation research grants.

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About Our Speaker

Dr. Curran is a medical sociologist focusing on health services research. He studies predictors of treatment engagement and outcomes for mental health and substance use disorders and the diffusion of innovation in a variety of health care settings. For the past 15+ years, he has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Veterans Affairs to develop and test a range of implementation strategies designed to support the uptake and sustainment of evidence-based practices. Dr. Curran has written widely on research design and methodology in implementation science.

Contact: Wendy Goldstein