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Annual D&I Science Bootcamp on UCSD campus with colleagues from across multiple regional institutions and presentations from national experts in D&I science.
The DISC offers regular, skill-building workshops led by national experts covering D&I design and methods topics for health services researchers, faculty, students, and trainees.
2018 Qualitative Methods for Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Science Workshop
Monthly learning community to discuss the latest in D&I literature, workshop new proposals, and learn from D&I experts.
D&I Journal Club and Works in Progress is held monthly on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 2-3:30pm. Topic and location information sent in monthly emails.
D&I Journal Club and Works in Progress Archives:
Lecture and grant development series featuring local, national and international scholars conducting state-of-the-art D&I research. ISS typically includes an investigator presentation followed by interactive discussion where researchers of all levels can share feedback, ask questions, and discuss ideas. Email DISC at email@example.com for more info.
ISS is typically held every 2 months at CASRC offices at Rady Children's Plaza, Health Services Room 160B.
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Research seminars are held on the fourth Friday of the month from 8AM – 9AM PST.
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DISC will soon be offering mentor and mentee opportunities for D&I students, trainees, and investigators. More details to come.
A key objective of the UC San Diego DISC is to support D&I training, mentorship and research advancement of our DISC community. The UC San Diego DISC will offer Training and Dissemination Awards for a limited number of awardees pursuing D&I education and/or research advancement opportunities.
These awards (up to $1,000 each) are intended to support costs related to D&I training and dissemination including (but not limited to) participation in D&I conferences, courses or workshops and publication/presentation expenses. Read the full
DISC is currently offering a graduate course on D&I science co-taught by three members of the Executive Leadership Team. The course is offered annually in the Spring.
DISC currently offers undergraduate internships for course credit through the UC San Diego Family Medicine and Public Health Department (Course Number: FMPH199 and FMPH198). E-mail DISC Manager, Clare Viglione, for application instructions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the full
Jessica is a third-year undergraduate studying Human Health Psychology at UC San Diego. She is interested in dissemination and implementation science and hopes to pursue a research career in the future. She is especially interested in D&I research because of how it integrates research and health practice.
Jillian Abasta is a second-year undergraduate at UC San Diego, double majoring in Clinical Psychology and Global Health. She is interested in a career in mental health research, specifically investigating effective treatments and preventative measures for mental health disorders. She is enthusiastic about utilizing D&I methods in her future research to ensure interventions are readily accessible to those in need.
Kasey is a third-year Biochemistry/Chemistry major at UC San Diego. Outside of class, she enjoys learning about the world through research and team projects. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kasey wanted to learn more about D&I science in evaluating the efficacy of medical interventions and health policy. She hopes to work in environmental health research and policy.
Nicholas Lee is a fourth-year Human Biology Major and Psychology Minor at UC San Diego. Nicholas is interested in D&I Research because of his career goal of working as a Developmental Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, as he is especially passionate about working with disabled, underserved communities and improving their quality of life.
Sarah Bonomi is a fourth-year undergraduate at UC San Diego, double majoring in Anthropology and Global Health. Her experiences and skillset have propelled her to engage in long term dissemination and implementation of research and policy work. Passionate about addressing public health issues for vulnerable populations and children, Sarah wants to ensure that preventative health interventions are in place within community settings.
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