Implementation Science Seminars typically include an investigator presentation on a topic or grant proposal, followed by an interactive discussion where researchers of varying levels (students, postdoctoral fellows, investigators, faculty) can provide feedback, ask questions and/or discuss their ideas for grants and papers involving implementation research issues. These meetings have resulted in multiple funded projects and published papers.
All are welcome to attend these meetings and CEUs are provided to the attending psychologists.
Location: CASRC offices at Rady Children's Plaza, Health Services Room 160B (unless otherwise noted), at 3665 Kearny Villa Road, San Diego, CA 92123
*Please note that seminars will now be held virtually due to COVID-19. You will need to register in advance for the webinar. To do so, please click here. After you register, you will receive an email with the Zoom information to join.
Friday, March 12th at 12:00-1:00pm PST: “Comparative Configurational Methods in Implementation Science: A New Mathematical, Cross-Case Approach for Identifying Necessary & Sufficient Conditions”
Dr. Edward Miech, EdD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine
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