Learning Implementation Science through the Polio Eradication Experience
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Olakunle Alonge, MD, MPH, PhD Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA
As we begin to explore the fields of implementation science and research through the lecture and the readings, reflect on the following: How does implementation research differ from research that simply assesses the effectiveness of a program?
Dr. Alonge defines one aspect of implementation research as “the act of carrying an intention into effect”. From your experience: What is one challenge you have faced in bringing into effect a policy, program, or practice?
Finally, post in the discussion forum on which of the course themes listed is most interesting or relevant to you? Why?
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