WEEK 3 (16-20 May 2022)
Frameworks for scale up
After completing Week 3, participants will be able to:
- Describe key frameworks for designing and evaluating health interventions at scale.
- Select and integrate appropriate frameworks into scale-up/out research proposals, with sound justification.
Self-guided preparatory work
3A. Choosing a scale up framework
This lecture is jointly presented by Professor Brian Oldenburg and Kavumpurathu Thankappan.
3B. Case study: Developing an implementation research logic model for scale up
3C. Case study: Applying EPIS to scale up
3D. Case study: Applying RE-AIM to scale up
3E. Case study: Case study: Applying CFIR to scale up
Week 3 live plenary sessions
- Date and time: Tuesday 17 May 2022, 12:00 to 14:00 UTC
- Week 3 host: Brian Oldenburg
- Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6305424976
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Week 3 group session
Date and time: Thursday 19 May 2022, variable times
- Group A: 07:00 UTC | Asia and Western Pacific | Zoom link
- Group B: 13:00 UTC | Europe and Africa | Zoom link
- Group C: 23:00 UTC | The Americas | Zoom link
- Teams should discuss and finalise their choice both of scale up and implementation research frameworks in their project concept and outline why they chose them.
- Then, start to explore the barriers (determinants) and strategies they are proposing to implement their intervention(s).
- If they choose to use a logic model (traditional IRLM) it may be helpful to prepare the star of one for their project.
- Each team should be ready to share orally during the Week 4 group session and can build the learning into their project concept presentation for Week 5. You do not need to submit a written paper.
For more information about GACD and relevant resources:
GACD Annual Scientific Meeting summaries and recordings: https://gacd.org/community/research-network/research-network-events/annual-scientific-meeting (This page includes access to sessions such as ‘The scale up forum’ in 2019.)
Resources created by the GACD Research Network: https://gacd.org/resources/researchers-and-students/open-access-resources
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