SW 624 Methods in Implementation Science I

3 credits

This course focuses on providing basic research knowledge for implementation science methodologies. It provides students with a solid introduction to the structure, function, and process of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods designs commonly used to evaluate implementation strategies, and how these innovative designs can be employed when translating evidence into practice. This course also addresses ethical issues involved in assessing evidence-to-practice gaps within the context of a trauma-informed human rights (TIHR), racial trauma, and liberation lens.

Prerequisite: SW 621 Concepts in Implementation Science or permission of instructor(s)