Implementation and Dissemination Sciences (IDS) Courses at UCSF

Winter Courses 2011

Time period: See online schedule

  • Translating Evidence into Practice: Individual-Centered Implementation Strategies (Epi 246). Thursdays 8:45-10:15am. Course Director: Margaret Handley, PhD, MPH
  • Translating Evidence into Practice: System-Centered Implementation Strategies (Epi 247). Thursdays 10:30am-12:00pm. Course Director: Laura Schmidt, PhD, MSW, MPH
  • Translating Evidence into Policy: How to Frame Research to Influence Policy and Policymakers (Epi 249). Thursdays 3:15-4:45pm. Course Director: Andy Bindman, MD

Implementation and dissemination sciences (IDS) are integral to community- and practice-based research. The goal of IDS is to ensure that the knowledge and materials produced by health research actually reach the people for whom they are intended, and that they are used effectively and equitably.

Course location:  UCSF China Basin Landing

Open to: UCSF and non-UCSF clinicians, researchers, health professionals, residents, fellows, post-docs, and health professional students

Questions:  IDS Program Coordinator Sara Ackerman