Center for Vulnerable Populations
Please join us for a discussion of mixed methods in implementation research. Describing a range of innovative research projects, our speakers will address the challenges, advantages, and surprises of blending quantitative and qualitative methods.
Join us in person at Mission Hall or via Zoom: https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/554750693
Nynikka R. A. Palmer, DrPH, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine, UCSF
Matthew Cooperberg, MD, MPH
Professor of Urology and Epidemiology & Biostatistics, UCSF
William Brown, PhD, DrPH, MA
Matthew Niedzwiecki, PhD
Richard Rothstein will discuss his book, The Color of Law, which explodes the myth that America’s cities came to be racially divided through de facto segregation—that is, through individual prejudices, income differences, or the actions of private institutions like banks and real estate agencies.
On Oct. 30, Chancellor Sam Hawgood, MBBS, will deliver his fifth State of the University address, with the theme “Commitment to the Community.”
The address, from noon to 1 p.m., will be presented live in Cole Hall on the Parnassus campus and from UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. It will be live streamed here and simulcast at Byers Hall in Genentech Hall at Mission Bay, Herbst Hall at Mount Zion as well as in Fresno.
TIPS FOR SUCCESS: Faculty Mentoring Lunchtime Series
This lunch series features distinguished faculty mentors in an informal session about mentorship, career advancement and satisfaction at UCSF.
Light lunch will be provided.
All faculty are welcome to attend. Registration is encouraged and will reserve you a lunch, but drop ins are welcome.
The UCSF Department of Psychiatry and UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations are sponsoring a one-day training for health care professionals who want to learn how to provide forensic mental health and/or medical evaluations for asylum seekers.
Implementation science is an emerging field focused on closing the gap between efficacious interventions and real world practice. While the HIV research community has enthusiastically embraced the motivation for implementation science, there is far less consensus on the critical approaches to successful conduct of implementation science in the context of the HIV epidemic. Many methodological issues, which have perhaps been less emphasized in traditional clinical research, are particularly salient for knowledge about implementation. External validity is as important as internal validity.