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Deinera ExnerCortens Sep 12
On my way to - excited to learn about implementation for the next two days and hang out in Seattle!
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Taren Swindle, PhD Sep 14
I needed to hear this. Thank you, Lisa! Reflecting on how to do better.
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Colleen A. Maxwell Sep 13
I learned a TON today at but most importantly: researchers LOVE puzzle graphics
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Byron J. Powell Sep 10
Congrats, ! Fabulous news and very well-deserved! Looking forward to seeing you at !
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Erin Finley Sep 13
plenary speaker points to NIDA’s Principles of Effective Treatment in Drug Addiction
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Dr. Christine Chambers Sep 14
Hey those of you attending , we’d love to recruit a post-doc who has a strong background in implementation science and would like to apply their expertise to the important area of children’s pain management! And Nova Scotia is a beautiful place to live! 🇨🇦 ⛵️🦞
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Erlend Høen Laukvik Sep 14
Lessons learned from : 1) Implementation mechanisms will be a key focus moving on, 2) Implementation science is still very US-centric. Need to include other contexts to advance global health 3) BYOB (bring your own baby) to be extra popular
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Lindsey Zimmerman Sep 16
Capacity, scale up & implementation training competencies were all themes at last week too!
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Dr. Jessica Breland Sep 14
J.D. Smith is describing methods for achieving scientific and health equity. AND there’s a paper!
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ADAI UW Sep 11
Welcome to Seattle to everyone attending the Society for Implementation Research Collaboration conference! Check over the next few days for highlights!
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ETUDES Center Sep 12
Thanks for facilitating an amazing and entertaining discussion on training in implementation science, strategies, and practice.....to be continued
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Stephanie H. Yu Sep 16
This weekend, I presented a research talk on the link between community therapist adaptations and EBP strategy delivery at . I feel so fortunate to be supported and mentored through this project and future work by ! Excited to share these findings!
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Ana Baumann Sep 16
You know the best part from coming back from conferences such as ? The enthusiasm, the friendship, the new ideas. Thank you for you, who started following my tweets, and for you, who are still here!
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Miya Barnett Sep 18
This is such an important question and something I thought about a lot at when I reflected on my time as a community therapist (a thread) /1
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KT Alberta Sep 12
We're excited to be headed to today! We'll be sending updates about insights brought by presenters and so many others!
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Melanie Barwick Sep 13
Working to close the gaps in implementation between researchers, practitioners, and policy-decision makers. That’s a good thing!
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Eva Woodward Sep 26
I lost a bet, y’all. My mentor started tweeting at so I attempted a cartwheel at work.
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cassidygutner Sep 12
Enjoyed learning about real world HIV implementation progress at and running an ImpSci training with in London this week. Next stop
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Aaron Lyon, PhD Sep 17
Can we all just take a moment to reflect on how useful/amazing is? Spent recommending it to colleagues from abroad for connectivity at , and now making use of it myself at for .
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Rachel Shelton Sep 15
So many of my favorite moments captured here from ! Loved my first time at this meeting -- great people, great science in a beautiful location. Will definitely be back!
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