HIGH IRI Annual Training Institute Materials

HIGH IRI March 2022 Spring Institute

March 2022 Annual Training Institute Agenda

Monday, March 7, 2022 Lectures: “Generalizing in Implementation Science”

Ross Brownson: “Sharpening the Focus on External Validity”

Elvin Geng: “Generalizing & Context: Tools and Heuristics for Implementation Researchers”

Andrew Kambugu: “Applying Implementation Evidence – Perspectives From An Implementer”

Wednesday, March 9, 2022 Lectures: “Implementation Outcomes and their Measurement”

Rani Elwy: “Implementation Outcomes – Acceptability”

Doug Luke: “If You Build it, Will it Stick? – Lessons Learned While Developing New Measures of Sustainability in Public Health & Clinical Settings”

Ana Baumann: “The Framework for Reporting Adaptations & Modifications to Evidence-Based Implementation Strategies (FRAME-IS)”

Friday, March 11, 2022 Lectures: “Strategy Highlights”

JoAnn Kirchner: “Implementation Facilitation”

Juliet Iwelunmor: “Crowdsourcing for Community/Youth Engaged Research”

Rajesh Vedanthan: “Improving Health System Performance for Chronic Disease Management: The AMPATH Experience”

HIGH IRI September 2021 Fall Institute

September 2021 Annual Training Institute Agenda

September 2021 Annual Training Reading List

Monday, September 20, 2021 Lectures: “Basic Motivation for Dissemination and Implementation Research”

Anne Sales: “Critical Elements and Tools for Practicing Implementation”

Olakunle Alonge: “Challenges to Conducting D&I Research in LMIC’s

Enola Proctor: “Three Opportunities for Implementation Science”

Wednesday, September 22, 2021 Lectures: “Implementation Strategies and Implementation Outcomes”

Byron Powell: “Implementation Strategies: Introduction and Future Directions”

Maria Fernandez: “Developing & Tailoring Implementation Strategies”

Stefan Baral: “Challenges and Opportunities – HIV Related Implementation for Marginalized Populations”

Friday, September 24, 2021 Lectures: “Theories & Frameworks in Dissemination & Implementation Research

Rachel Tabak: “Introduction to D&I Theories and Frameworks”

Juliet Iwelunmor: “Structural Racism and Implementation Science: A Call to Action”

Bryan Weiner: “Theorizing: What it is, how do you do it, and why should we care?”

HIGH IRI Quarterly Workshops

TSBM Workshop 11.11.2021

The Translational Science Benefits Model (TSBM) is intended to provide benchmarks to assess the impact of research that applies scientific findings to enhance public health and well-being. The model identifies the benefits of clinical and translational research in four areas: clinical and medical benefits, community and public health benefits, economic benefits, and policy and legislative benefits. The workshop includes leaders from the Center for Public Health Systems Science (CPHSS) of Washington University in St. Louis) including Douglas Luke, PhD (Director), Stephanie Anderson (Manager of Research Translation), and Todd Combs (Assistant Director of Research).