This article was written by Taren M. Swindle. Dr. Swindle is an Assistant Professor in Family and Preventive Medicine within the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Broadly, her research program focuses on understanding and improving health and developmental outcomes for children impacted by poverty. Dr. Swindle has a particular […]
This commentary was written by SISN’s Past President, Dr. David Pelletier. The article can be read here. This blog from Dr. Taren Swindle addresses important questions about the distinctive purposes and methods of implementation science. Like ourselves, she fields many questions about what is and is not included in implementation science and “am I doing […]
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