Equity and Implementation Science: An Urgent Partnership
Healthcare equity, or the assurance of optimal, timely healthcare for all people is an active process, not a simple outcome. To achieve healthcare equity, the field of implementation science needs to embrace a social justice lens and value all individuals equally. Doing so entails explicitly recognizing, understanding, and acting upon historical and current injustices that have disenfranchised historically underserved populations from their right to quality care. This panel aims to bring voices to different groups of individuals who work in the intersection of social justice, equality, and implementation science. Please join us as we learn together as a field on how to actively decrease the quality gap while maintaining a focus on equity in our work in the implementation science field.
Ana Baumann, Co-director of the Dissemination and Implementation Research Core (DIRC) and Research Assistant Professor, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
Billie Kipp, Associate Director of Research and Evaluation, Center for Native American Youth, Aspen Institute
Melody Goodman, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor of Biostatistics, School of Global Public Health, New York University
Jose Ruben Parra-Cardona, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, University of Texas at Austin
Jenn Tomasone, Assistant Professor, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University
- How to Embed a Racial and Ethnic Equity Perspective in Research: Practical Guidance for the Research Process
- Five Recommendations for How Implementation Science Can Better Advance Equity
- Equity at the Center of Implementation
This event is co-hosted by the Jordan Institute for Families | UNC School of Social Work, the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, and National Implementation Research Network (NIRN). Generous support for this event has been provided by The Annie E. Casey Foundation.