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Operations Research has been used to demonstrate feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of service delivery strategies in a variety of health programs worldwide. By integrating research methodologies into program activities, operations research is an important tool to help project personnel develop and test new service delivery approaches, improve the effectiveness of their programs, and informal local, national and international policy.
This one-day-mini-course which is planned on a yearly basis immediately after the annual Principles of HIV/STD Research Course in July, provides training to program managers and researchers to better understand the theory, methodology, and application of operations research to improve HIV/STD programs in developing countries. The course includes speakers from various backgrounds in program management, research, biostatistics, qualitative methods, and quality improvement, who discuss the application of these fields to expand the implementation of OR results to improve programs and impact national and international policies.
If you are interested in attending or for more information, please contact Kenny Sherr.
Please select below to view the course presentations from previous years: