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Welcome to the Implementation Science Group at Yale (ISG)!

The ISG aims to help students with interest in Public Health and healthcare services to gain a foundation in Implementation Science by exposing them to high quality implementation science research, training, programming/practice, and resources.

At ISG, we aim to bridge the gap between knowledge and practice in public health and healthcare.

Our goals are to:
1. Attract student interest to Implementation Science
2. Provide students opportunities to network in Implementation Science
3. Help students identify careers in Implementation Science

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Description

Welcome to the Implementation Science Group at Yale (ISG)!

The ISG aims to help students with interest in Public Health and healthcare services to gain a foundation in Implementation Science by exposing them to high quality implementation science research, training, programming/practice, and resources.

At ISG, we aim to bridge the gap between knowledge and practice in public health and healthcare.

Our goals are to:
1. Attract student interest to Implementation Science
2. Provide students opportunities to network in Implementation Science
3. Help students identify careers in Implementation Science

Category

Academic

Purpose (Mission Statement)

The ISG aims to help students with interest in Public Health and healthcare services to gain a foundation in Implementation Science by exposing them to high quality implementation science research, training, programming/practice, and resources.

At ISG, we aim to bridge the gap between knowledge and practice in public health and healthcare.

Our goals are to:
1. Attract student interest to Implementation Science
2. Provide students opportunities to network in Implementation Science
3. Help students identify careers in Implementation Science

Primary Contact Person

Mahrukh Zahid

Primary Contact Email Address
Meetings (when held, procedure, etc.)

In addition to your regularly scheduled meetings, we recommend holding at least one open meeting each year for new members. Please indicate the date of this open meeting below, along with your regular meeting times.

Kickoff meeting: (September)
o Objective: to introduce the group to the student body and develop a leadership team

Guest Speakers (Dependent on speakers schedules)
o Objective: to provide students with the opportunity to learn more about different aspects of implementation science and current research with leading experts in the field

Biweekly Journal Club: (Bi-weekly from October until May)
o Objective: to build capacity and encourage discussion regarding current literature within the student body. Potential topics could include quality improvement, knowledge synthesis, evaluation, sustainability, etc.