Implementation Science for Systemic Family Therapists

When:  Dec 10, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM (IDLW)

Many of the most effective interventions never become integrated in real world practice. The interdisciplinary field of implementation science investigates strategies for moving evidence-based interventions into routine care, and improves outcomes for individuals, families, and communities. This workshop introduces key terms, perspectives, research questions, and design issues in the field. Because of the complex system and organizational settings for implementing interventions, we will cover pragmatic designs that balance internal and external validity when testing implementation strategies. The workshop will also include discussion of critical topics and future directions for expanding implementation science in systemic family therapy.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will learn the history, purpose, terminology, and core research questions addressed in implementation science.
  • Participants will consider research designs and methods for optimizing internal and external validity for answering implementation research questions in real world practice settings.
  • Participants will identify cutting edge topics in implementation science including equity, de-implementation, and costs.


This event will be held on December 10th from 12 - 2pm EST


Registration Dates

Registration Ends Friday, December 10, 2021

Pricing Information

Registration Price
Intervention Research Members Waived
Intervention Research Network Students $0.00
AAMFT Students $30.00
AAMFT Members $30.00
Non-Members $40.00
Special Waived

Contact

Keeley Pratt
(614) 247-7883
pratt.192@osu.edu