Applying a Gender Lens to Advance Implementation Research
Students must have foundational knowledge of Implementation Research and should provide proof of a course or training in this area prior to enrollment in the course. Students who have completed the following courses do not need to submit additional proof: 550.601.81 Implementation Research and Practice, 330.650.81 Methods in Implementation Science, or 340.716.11 (or (.49) Implementation Science Concepts, Methods & Study Designs. Professional experience in IR may also substitute for coursework.
- Describe the relevance of gender and intersectionality to IR and health equity
- Critique existing IR frameworks and approaches
- Modify IR frameworks by introducing areas for explicit gender integration
- Generate gender sensitive IR strategies to support health equity globally
- 10% Quizzes
- 10% Reflection
- 40% Discussion
- 40% Final Project
This is an intermediate course for students with preliminary training in implementation research (IR).