UCSF Online Implementation Science Courses and Certificate Program
UCSF invites researchers and practitioners interested in gaining in-depth knowledge on theories and methods relevant to the design of strategies to facilitate uptake of health-related interventions to register for individual online implementation science courses or for the Certificate Program. The program is a one-year, part-time program consisting of a series of 6 online courses focused on theories and methods relevant to the design of strategies to facilitate uptake of health-related interventions.
For each of the 6 online courses, all materials (lecture slides, lecture videos, reading assignments, and protocol assignments) will be accessed via the course website maintained with the UCSF Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE). Peer and instructor feedback on homework assignments will occur through an Online Forum.
The Online Courses and Certificate Program are ideal for scholars who are actively involved in implementing a health intervention or quality improvement program. Although not required, prior training in qualitative and/or quantitative research methods will enable scholars to best take advantage of the curriculum.
Applications are due prior to the start of each course with a rolling deadline until all spots are filled.
Visit UCSF Accelerate’s website for more information about the certificate program and the courses: https://accelerate.ucsf.edu/training/implementation-science-certificate