- Keynote: Professor Chloe Teasdale
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Implementation research and program evaluation: Examples from the field
What is implementation science and how does it help us understand what works for improving public health? Dr. Chloe Teasdale, PhD, MPH, will give an overview of implementation science and describe examples from her own work of program evaluations and implementation research conducted in Eswatini, Kenya and Mozambique. The talk will include a description of how we can move from evidence to action, as well as how to evaluate public health interventions in resource limited settings and challenges of this work.
Chloe Teasdale, PhD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics.