Implementation Science Graduate Coursework

UMKC’s graduate-level course focuses on using various theories and methods to translate research evidence into practical healthcare interventions that can be implemented in different settings.  Read below to learn more.


MEDB 5563 Implementation Science in Health  Credits: 3

This course in Implementation and dissemination sciences addresses a multidisciplinary set of theories and methods to improve and expedite translating research evidence to everyday health-related practices and communities. These theories and methods are systematic approaches to understanding how healthcare interventions can be better integrated into diverse practice settings and emphasize direct engagement with institutions and communities where health interventions take place. To optimize public health goals, this course will present the best evidence-based interventions, how to create those interventions, and how to best ensure that these interventions are effectively delivered within clinical and community practice.