SW 635 Methods in Implementation Science II

3 credits

This course builds upon the basic principles and methodologies of implementation research learned in Methods in Implementation Science I, and engages and familiarizes students in the selection and implementation of appropriate methodologies and analysis tools based on the data they have collected. Students will apply principles, methods, and analytic techniques associated with qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods approaches to measure the process and outcomes of implementation strategies and evidence-based interventions. We will also examine the various forms of analysis used to evaluate the effectiveness of implementation interventions and promote the uptake of evidence-based practices.

Prerequisite: SW624 Methods in Implementation Science I or permission of instructor(s).