Ending the HIV Epidemic with IS
Ending the HIV Epidemic
Introduction to Implementation Science in HIV
Implementation Science 101
- Hendricks Brown, JD Smith, Nanette Benbow, and Juan Villamar (Northwestern University) present a workshop focused on the basics of implementation science. The training includes an example of how to use IS to support diverse sexual transmitted infection clinics around the country in delivering PrEP to prevent spread of HIV infections. (90 minutes)
Hosted by the Center for Prevention Implementation Methodology for Drug Abuse and HIV in collaboration with Third Coast CFAR.
Landscape of funded implementation research in HIV/AIDS
- JD Smith and Nanette Benbow (Northwestern University) present results from a scoping review of NIH-funded grants related to HIV, providing a snapshot of where we are nationally in terms of HIV-related implementation research. (80 minutes)
Presented in the Prevention Science & Methodology Group Virtual Grand Rounds.
- “TIDIRC: Introduction to D&I Science” (video), presented by Russ Glasgow (University of Colorado School of Medicine) as Part of the NCI Training in Dissemination and Implementation Research in Cancer.
- “Synthetic Example of Implementation Research in HIV” (slides), presented by JD Smith (Northwestern University) at the 2018 Inter-CFAR HIV Implementation Science Workshop
- “Implementation Science Terminology and Definitions in Practice” (slides), presented by Chris Hoffmann (Johns Hopkins University) at the 2018 Inter-CFAR HIV Implementation Science Workshop
- Implementation science research development (ImpRes) tool and guide (separate documents) from King’s College London – a step-by-step approach to designing high-quality and rigorous implementation projects
- “Implementation Science at a Glance” workbook from the National Cancer Institute – a summary of key theories, methods, and considerations that support the adoption of evidence-based interventions (focused on cancer control)
- Bauer, M. S., Damschroder, L., Hagedorn, H., Smith, J. L., & Kilbourne, A. M. (2015). An introduction to implementation science for the non-specialist. BMC Psychology, 3(32). doi: 1186/s40359-015-0089-9.
- Bauer, M. S., & Kirchner, J. (2019). Implementation science: What is it and why should I care? Psychiatry Research, 112376. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2019.04.025
- Colditz, G., & Emmons, K. (2018). The Promise and Challenges of Dissemination and Implementation Research. In R. C. Brownson, G. A. Colditz, & E. K. Proctor (Eds.), Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health: Translating Science to Practice, Second Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Cox, J., Gutner, C., Kronfli, N., Lawson, A., Robbins, M., Nientker, L., … & Jessen, H. (2019). A need for implementation science to optimise the use of evidence-based interventions in HIV care: A systematic literature review. PloS one, 14(8), e0220060.
- El-Sadr, W. M., Philip, N. M., & Justman, J. E. (2014). Letting HIV transform academia—embracing implementation science. New England Journal of Medicine, 370(18): 1679-1681.
- Glasgow, R. E., Eckstein, E. T., & ElZarrad, M. K. (2013). Implementation science perspectives and opportunities for HIV/AIDS research: integrating science, practice, and policy. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 63, S26-S31.
- Schackman, B. R. (2010). Implementation science for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999), 55(Suppl 1), S27.