Course Number: 246
Course Title: Designing Individual-Level Implementation Strategies
School: Graduate Division
Department: Clinical Research Program
Course Description: Provides training in developing interventions targeting individual health behavior change, while focusing on intervention design components that target multiple determinants: individual, interpersonal and system/community/structural level. Students use principles of behavior change theories and implementation frameworks applied to their work to solidify course concepts. Additional assignments involve case studies analysis and online discussions with other students. Cross-listed with IMS 246.
Prerequisites: Training or experience in clinical research, public health, quality improvement or health care organization leadership. Exceptions for these prerequisites may be made with the consent of the course director.
Restrictions: The course cannot be repeated for credit - students who take and pass Implementation Science (IMS) 246 or the online version of the course, IMS 246A, are not permitted to take this course.
Activities: Lecture, Seminar, Project
Quarter(s) Offered: Winter
Course Grading Convention: Letter Grade, P/NP (Pass/Not Pass) or S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)
Graduate Division course: Yes
Is this a web-based online course? No
Is this an Interprofessional Education (IPE) course? No
May students in the Graduate Division (i.e. pursuing Master or PhD) enroll in this course? Yes
Repeat course for credit? No