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IS-2 Hosts 2023 Summer Institute in St. Louis

This summer, researchers from across the U.S. gathered in St. Louis for the second Institute for Implementation Science Scholars (IS-2) in-person Institute.

IS-2 Scholars and Faculty, above, participated in the second in-person Institute, hosted at Bauer Hall, Washington University in St. Louis. Photo by Sid Hastings.

The Institute, which is a core component of the IS-2 mentored training program, was held in St. Louis at Washington University’s Bauer Hall (learn more about the first Institute here). In total, over 50 IS-2 Scholars, Faculty, and Guest Speakers participated in the intensive three-day Institute. Activities included content lectures from dissemination and implementation (D&I) experts, group consultations for Scholar research projects, and both structure and unstructured opportunities for networking and collaboration.

See below for institute photos (courtesy of Sid Hastings) and session recordings.

Session Recordings

  • Toolkit / Resource Spotlight
  • Innovations in Developing and Applying Implementation Strategies
  • How to Build Equity and Adaptation into Your Study
  • Toolkit / Resource Spotlight
  • Scale-Up and Sustainability in Implementation Science: Innovations and Opportunities
  • Emerging Topics: Ignite Presentations
  • Equitable Partnerships
    • Presenters: Bettina Drake, PhD, MPH; and Vetta Sanders Thompson, PhD
    • Slides (PDF)
    • Presentation (MP4)

The Institute for Implementation Science Scholars (IS-2) is supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) and Office of Disease Prevention, administered by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disorders (R25DK123008, R25DK123008-S1) and the U.S. Veterans Administration.