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We will update this page periodically with available trainings and courses. Below is a description of some of the regular trainings and courses offered.

Health Promotion Planning: An Intervention Mapping Approach 

Intervention Mapping (IM) offers a step-by-step framework for developing theory-informed and evidence-based health promotion programs and interventions rooted in the behavioral and social sciences. Students will:

  • Build knowledge and skills in developing, adapting, and implementing theory-informed and evidence-based health promotion programs and interventions rooted in the behavioral and social sciences. 
  • Focus on a topic of their interest to craft an initial evaluation plan by compiling a needs assessment, program development and implementation strategies. 

The course format includes lectures, small group work using problem-based learning, group discussions, and presentations of participant projects. A copy of Planning Health Promotion Programs: An Intervention Mapping Approach, 4th edition, Jossey-Bass, 2016 will be included in this course.

May 6-9, 2024, 9 AM - 4 PM CT

Instructors: María E. Fernández, PhD & Serena Rodriguez, PhD

Fee: $1250

Available Virtually or In-Person

This course has concluded.

Adapting Evidence-based Interventions: An Intervention Mapping Approach

In this one-day course, students will learn the steps for Intervention Mapping for Adaptation (IM-Adapt) and how to apply the IM-Adapt process for adapting an evidence-based intervention.

May 28, 2024, 9 AM - 4 PM CT

Instructors: Jacob Szeszulski, PhD & Patricia Dolan Mullen, DrPH

Fee: $250

Available Virtually or In-Person

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Implementation Mapping: Using Intervention Mapping to Plan Implementation Strategies

In this two-day course, students will learn about Implementation Mapping, a systematic approach for planning implementation strategies.

May 30-31, 2024, 9 AM - 4 PM

Instructor: María E. Fernández, PhD Serena Rodriguez, PhD

Fee: $500

Available Virtually or In-Person

Registration for this course is closed.

Dissemination and Implementation Certificate for Degree and Non-Degree Seeking Students

This 15-credit hour certificate introduces the concepts of dissemination and implementation to students and other health professionals. The concepts learned while pursuing this certificate will assist researchers and practitioners in translating and testing research advances in public health and healthcare delivery to effective and efficient interventions in multiple settings.

Learn how to:

  • Describe the foundations of dissemination and implementation (D&I) science
  • Explain the D&I theories and frameworks
  • Develop and tailor strategies for implementation and dissemination
  • Engage in community and stakeholder based implementation and dissemination research
  • Design, analyze, measure, and evaluate the different outcomes
  • Gain knowledge to adapt health interventions to improve fit in new settings.

For registration information and more, visit the Degree Finder Listing.

Dissemination and Implementation Research Training

Dissemination and implementation research bridges the gap between health sciences research, everyday practice and population health by understanding how health information, interventions, and new clinical practices and policies are implemented in public health and health care settings. It is focused on understanding and accelerating the integration of research findings and research-based innovations into practice settings in order to improve health. This workshop is appropriate for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty interested in implementation science.

Dates and Registration Information TBA