Human-Centered Design for Implementation & Impact
October 20-21, 2022 – UW-Madison Campus – Dejope Residence Hall
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The University of Wisconsin Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research’s Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Launchpad’s 2022 D&I Short Course: Human-Centered Design for Implementation & Impact.
This free 2-day in-person Short Course features Dr. Enola Proctor and Dr. Aaron Lyon as visiting faculty. They will lead workshop and panel sessions to elucidate how to leverage methods from human centered design to support implementation and scale dissemination efforts for wide-spread impact. They will also facilitate interactive small group sessions to apply the concepts and one-on-one consults where they provided insights on your projects.
2022 Visiting Faculty
ENOLA PROCTOR, PhD
Dr. Proctor is Shanti K. Khinduka Distinguished Professor Emeritus. The National Institute of Mental Health has supported her research and training grants for 29 consecutive years. She has pioneered the field of dissemination and implementation science, leading teams to distinguish, clearly define, develop taxonomies, and advance the conceptual, linguistic, and methodological clarity in the field. She directs the Implementation Research Institute, a training program in implementation science funded by the National Institute for Mental Health. Proctor was a member of the inaugural class of fellows in the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare. Her awards include Washington University’s Arthur Compton Holly Distinguished Faculty Award, the Society for Social Work and Research’s Distinguished Research Award, the National Association of Social Workers’ President’s Award for Excellence in Social Work Research, and the American Public Health Association Stephen M. Banks Award for Outstanding Mentoring in Mental Health Services. She has advised the National Institutes of Health and the World Health Organization on several implementation science projects in low- and middle-income countries, including current work on COVID vaccine implementation.
AARON LYON, PhD
Aaron Lyon, PhD, (he/him) is a Professor in the University of Washington’s (UW) Department of Psychiatry where he serves as Co-Director of the UW ALACRITY Center and the School Mental Health Assessment, Research, and Training (SMART) Center, both of which leverage methods from human-centered design to support effective implementation of evidence-based practices in mental and behavioral health. He is also the Director of the Research Institute for Implementation Science in Education (RIISE) and Associate Editor for the journal Implementation Research and Practice. Dr. Lyon’s research focuses generally on increasing the accessibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of interventions for children, adolescents, and families.