Implementation Research Training Framework 2.0: Making the whole greater than the parts

UNU-IIGH (2021). Implementation Research Training Framework 2.0: Making the whole greater than the parts. United Nations University International Institute for Global Health.

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    Author UNU-IIGH
    Title Implementation Research Training Framework 2.0: Making the whole greater than the parts
    Publication Date 2021-06-08
    Place of Publication Kuala Lumpur
    Publisher United Nations University International Institute for Global Health
    Pages 30
    Language eng
    Abstract Clinical innovations alone do not generate public health impact. Implementation research (IR) is a powerful tool for identifying the bottlenecks impeding scale up efforts and helping to turn scientifically tested solutions into routine practice. To enhance the ability of investigators in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to design, conduct and interpret IR, several actors, such as the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR), have sought to strengthen researchers' capacity to design and undertake IR. This report outlines the development of a new framework for IR training in LMICs to inspire thinking and discussion on how training approaches can best serve learners' needs.
    UNBIS Thesaurus RESEARCH
    PUBLIC HEALTH
    HEALTH
    Keyword Implementation research
    Copyright Holder United Nations University International Institute for Global Health
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280881110
    DOI 10.37941/RR/2021/2
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