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The IS Hub has three main goals: 1) to refine and implement a consultation and technical assistance program tailored to the needs and preferences of EHE projects that consists of coaching and training on IS designs, frameworks, strategies, measures, outcomes, and community-academic partnerships. 2) Refine and implement a multi-modal process for coordination between the ISC3I and the IS Hub to facilitate translation of local knowledge to generalizable knowledge. 3) Conduct a mixed-method evaluation of the impact of the IS Hub on proximal EHE project and Hub outcomes (e.g., increased HIV investigator knowledge of IS methods; advancement of IS methods and tools; strengthened stakeholder engagement) and identify indicators of hub sustainment. Conduct a cross-Hub multisite pilot implementation research project.
Learn more about the SD CFAR IS Hub Team!
Borsika Rabin, PhD, MPH, PharmD
Nicole Stadnick, PhD, MPHGregory Aarons, PhD
Lauren Brookman-Frazee, PhD
Kelli Cain, MA
Clare Viglione, MPH, RD
Maile Karris, MD, MPH
Laramie Smith, PhD
Cathleen Willging, PhD
Jessica Montoya, PhD
Sylvie Naar, PhD Learn more about SD CFAR, HERE Learn more about ISC3I, HERE
EHE projects will be paired with two IS/HIV coaches + one HIV coach. The consultation team can meet with the paired EHE project team for up to 3 hours monthly. At least 1 meeting between the EHE project team and IS Hub Coaching team is recommended. Bi-monthly or quarterly 60-minute Cross-Project Coaching Meetings on specialty topics like, pragmatic study designs, mixed methods, cost measurement and analysis. EHE projects will have access to Cross-Hub Conferences/Events on Specialty Topics and DISC events (e.g., Implementation Science Seminars and Workshops).
SDCFARDISC@health.ucsd.edu if you have any comments or questions.
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