Implementation Science

I-TECH specializes in developing appropriate research designs and methods for application in resource-limited settings, to get answers to research questions in real time. A university-based program, I-TECH draws from experts in qualitative and quantitative methods in a wide range of theoretical and practical disciplines, including health economics, anthropology, health sciences, medicine, and education.

Program Highlights

Ensuring High-Quality Service Provision in Zimbabwe
Describing Adverse Events within VMMC Programs at Scale I-TECH works diligently to review and revise procedures to identify, manage, and report adverse events (AEs). I-TECH’s previous publications on AEs reveal efforts to maintain high quality programming and emphasize patient safety alongside achievement of targets. An evaluation published in the Journal ...
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Key Populations Sensitization Training for Health Care Workers in South Africa
I-TECH South Africa aims to increase uptake of HIV prevention, care, and treatment services by key, at-risk populations, in order to improve primary care ...
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Laboratory Quality Stepwise Program in Cambodia
From September 2013 to September 2016, I-TECH conducted an implementation science research project to improve laboratory quality in Cambodia. The primary objective of the project was to implement a mentored laboratory quality stepwise implementation (LQSI) program to strengthen the quality and capacity of Cambodian hospital laboratories. As a result, target ...
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Strengthening Regional Training Centres in South Africa
I-TECH is supporting Regional Training Centres (RTCs) across provinces to increase their capacity to coordinate in-service trainings, with an emphasis on reaching the 90-90-90 targets ...
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