Session 7: Engaging Stakeholders to Conduct Feasible and Meaningful Research
This session was held 5/10/18 and was the final session of our 2018 academic year series of skills building workshops hosted by the Evans Center for Implementation and Improvement Sciences. The series aims to provide an overview of the implementation and improvement sciences fields while offering skills building exercises to help you design a high-quality research study.
Session 7 learning objectives were to:
• Identify ways of incorporating stakeholder perspectives into implementation and improvement research, including study design, implementation strategies, and dissemination activities
• Describe the spectrum of community-engaged research to identify your current level of engagement and future engagement goals
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Are you interested in pursuing a quality improvement project or conducting implementation/improvement research? If so, Evans Center for Implementation and Improvement Sciences (CIIS) can help with theoretical framing, study design, analytic methods, identifying collaborators, or general brainstorming. Email us at email@example.com