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Find HLB-SIMPLe researchers at the 2023 D&I in Health Conference

Many members of the HLB-SIMPLe Alliance will be attending the 16th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health in Arlington, Virginia, December 11th through the 13th. If you will be there, please come and find us!

MAP-IT MPI Angela Aifah will present on HLB-SIMPLe’s cross-country implementation strategies on Tuesday, December 12th during the 8am poster session in the Arlington Ballroom with a poster on Integrating non-communicable diseases care into HIV treatment in Africa: Cross-cutting implementation strategies across six countries.

See below for more D&I in Health Conference presentations led or supported by Alliance researchers and their colleagues.

Thinking Globally: A workshop to explore implementation science strategies in LMICs
5-8pm at the Crystal Gateway Marriott, Grand Salon J
This event is free, but advance registration is required. Dinner will be served.

Poster Session – 8:00am, Arlington Ballroom

Application of the expert recommendations for implementing change (ERIC) compilation of implementation strategies in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review (poster)
Byron Powell (RCC) is a co-author.

Community-health workers as implementation actors: Results from a systematic review of HIV implementation research in low- and middle-income countries (poster)
Elvin Geng and Aaloke Mody (RCC) are co-authors.

Complex interventions and service innovations: Development and application of the complete framework for patient-centered and justice-oriented design (poster)
Elvin Geng and Aaloke Mody (RCC) are co-authors.

Integrating non-communicable diseases care into HIV treatment in Africa: Cross-cutting implementation strategies across six countries (HLB-SIMPLe poster)
Angela Aifah (MAP-IT), presenting author; Michael Herce (TASKPEN), Karla Galaviz (iHEART-SA), Martin Muddu (PULESA), Norberto Lumbandali (SCALE SAIA-HTN), Emmanuel Tetteh (RCC), Lisa Hirschhorn (InterCARE) are co-authors.

Scaling-up an evidence-based HIV and hypertension integration program: Perspectives from the stakeholders (poster)
Nafesa Kanneh, Dike Ojji, Angela Eno Attah, Angela Aifah, Juliet Iwelunmor, Olugbenga Ogedegbe, and Daniel Henry (MAP-IT) are co-authors.


Session: Advancing Implementation Science in Limited and Under-Resourced Settings – 9:30am, Salon B

Effect of patient centered care strategy to change provider behaviors and improve patient experience during HIV treatment in Zambia, a stepped-wedge trial
Elvin Geng, Aaloke Mody, and Chuck Goss (RCC) are co-authors.

Plenary Session: Advancing Implementation Science in Limited and Under-Resourced Settings – 4:00pm, Arlington Ballroom

Exploring tensions between context-specific and generalizable D&I knowledge
Elvin Geng (RCC) is a presenter.