AIDS 2018 Pre-conference workshop summary 

During the AIDS 2018 conference in Amsterdam we held a one-day workshop on applying implementation science to HIV evidence-based interventions, using case studies and the Proctor et al1 framework of Implementation Outcomes.

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Professor James Hargreaves

Webinar: ViiV Healthcare
AIDS 2018 Implementation Science Pre-Conference workshop Demystifying Implementation Science by Prof Hargreaves from LSHTM

Dr Louise Hull - Kings College London

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ImpRes Tool: King’s Improvement Science



Prof Eche Ezeanoule

Case study on 'Adoption' from the Nigeria Implementation Science Alliance (NISA) a collaborative organisation committed to identyfiyng, understanding, measuring and sharing implementation science work in Nigeria
Professor Echezona Ezeanolue, Director, NISA



Dr Nadia Sam-Agudu

Case study on "fidelity" from The Adolescent HIV Prevention and Treatment Implementation Science Alliance (AHISA) which aims to enhance the effective use of evidence and help overcome implementation challenges related to prevention, screening, and treatment of HIV among adolescents (ages 15 to 24) in sub-Saharan Africa
Dr. Nadia A. Sam-Agudu, Senior Tecnical Advisor, Pediatric and Adolescent HIV, Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria



Dr Nitika Pai

Case study on how feasibility was determined in the implementation of an evidence based intervention in South Africa
Dr. Nitika Pant Pai MD., MPH., PHD McGill University. Montreal. Canada



Dr Eche Ezeanoule

Case study on how sustainability was applied to an evidence based intervention to address stigma and discrimination in a Fast Track City (Phoenix)
Dr Thanes J. Vanig, M.D. Medical Director, Spectrum Medical Group, Phoenix Arizona



Reference 1: Proctor et al (2011) Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research