We are hosting six Implementation Science Seminars this Fall, on Tuesdays from 10-11 am ET, between November 2 and December 7. Please see the flyer attached, and also embedded below. You can learn more, and register for one, some or all of the seminars at this link.
These Implementation Science Seminars are now co-hosted by the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior's Implementation Science Core, Advance-CTR, and the Brown Alcohol Research Center on HIV (ARCH). With the renewal of Advance-CTR, I am now Co-Director for Implementation Science in the Biomedical Informatics, Bioinformatics, and Cyberinfrastructure Enhancement (BIBCE) Core of Advance-CTR, and I'm thankful to Drs. Liz Chen and Neil Sarkar for bringing me into their fold. I'm also excited to be part of the Research Methods Core of the Brown ARCH, working with Dr. Chris Kahler and ARCH teams on projects involving implementation science.
Advance-CTR will be hosting these seminars via Zoom, and recordings of these seminars will now be moved to the Advance-CTR website (and not our Google site, which, as you all know, has been problematic). These seminars will be announced by Advance-CTR via email and on their website, but I wanted you to have this information as soon as possible so that you could mark the time off in your calendars, if you plan to attend.
Please feel free to share this information with others who may be interested in learning about implementation science — all are welcome!
A. Rani Elwy, Ph.D.
Director, Implementation of Science Core