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Implementation Science in Global Health: Leveraging the Power of Community

April 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join NC TraCS and the UNC Center for AIDS Research for the Spring 2021 edition of the Implementation Science Speaker Series, featuring Carolyn Audet, PhD, Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Epidemiology and Assistant Director of Community Based Implementation Research at Vanderbilt University.

In this seminar, Audet will discuss engagement of traditional healers in the delivery of evidence-based HIV testing and treatment support in rural South Africa. She will cover the process of adapting evidence-based interventions; assessing strategy acceptability, feasibility and appropriateness; and documentation of implementation fidelity. Finally, Audet will share about the benefits of creating strong relationships with study communities and the obligations researchers have to their in-country partners.

Speaker
Carolyn Audet, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Health Policy and Epidemiology
Assistant Director, Community Based Implementation Research
Vanderbilt University

This seminar is part of the Implementation Science Speaker Series and co-sponsored by NC TraCS Institute and the UNC Center for AIDS Research.

Details

Date:
April 7
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Website:
https://go.unc.edu/ISvsAPR

Organizer

NC TraCS Institute

Other

Contact Name
Alexa Young
Contact Email/Phone
alexayoung@unc.edu

Venue

Virtual