Meetings & Events

2021 Implementation Science Retreat

 

This meeting has passed. CARRA Members can access the recording on the wiki here. 


The Implementation Science Workgroup Retreat provides the opportunity for all CARRA members to learn about implementation science study design, measurement principles, dissemination strategies, and to work together to develop approaches to translate and implement research findings.  

Objectives: 

  • Learn about strategies and steps on how to write implementation science grant 
  • Explore strategies for conducting IS in rare diseases 
  • Review CTP survey results 
  • Review frameworks/ models and strategies for selecting the right one 
  • Use readiness assessment tools to assess CTP "readiness" 

Agenda:

2:00pm-2:10pm                  Welcome and Introduction
2:10pm-2:30pm

Presentations from 2021 CARRA-AF Implementation Sciences Design Grant Awardees:

Optimizing Care Delivery in Pediatric Lupus

Emily Smitherman, Sandy Burnham, Julia Harris, Aimee Hersh

Designing an Equitable and Efficient Process for Depression Screening for Children with Rheumatic Disease in the Southeastern United States

Sheetal Vora, Mileka Gilbert, Kelly Rouster-Stevens

2:30pm-3:30pm

Using Theory to Integrate Quality Improvement and Implementation Science
Guest speaker: Dr. Rohit Ramaswamy, University of North Carolina, Gillings School of Global Public Health

3:30pm-4:00pm

Breakout rooms:

Optimizing Care Delivery in Pediatric Lupus

Designing an Equitable and Efficient Process for Depression Screening for Children with Rheumatic Disease in the Southeastern United States

4:00pm-4:05pm Bio/stretch break
4:05pm-4:15pm CTP survey results
4:15pm-4:45pm CTP implementation discussion
4:45pm-4:55pm Educational opportunities in implementation sciences
4:55pm-5:00pm Closing remarks