ACCEL’s South Carolina Partner to co-host a scientific retreat on D&I science

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research Institute are co-hosting this year’s in-person scientific retreat to be held September 9.

This year’s Scientific Retreat focus will be on “Dissemination and Implementation Science.” Whether you are engaged in D&I research, or simply interested in better understanding what it is or how you might integrate it into your own research study, this retreat is for you. Attendees will have an opportunity to apply for the SCTR Pilot Project Program funds to support new collaborations focused on retreat theme topics.

Retreat Objectives

  1. To share knowledge and current research activity in the area of D&I science, providing a platform for attendees to increase their knowledge and skill in the design and conduct of D&I studies;
  2. To network, identify resources and/or initiate collaborative partnerships in support of current or future studies to foster the dissemination and uptake of findings to target populations.

Keynote Speaker

Mark McGovern, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Department of Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Mark McGovern is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and, by courtesy, the Department of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is the Co-Chief of the Division of Public Mental Health and Population Sciences in the Department of Psychiatry, and Medical Director of Integrated Behavioral Health in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health in the Department of Medicine.

Dr. McGovern’s overarching goal is to improve access to the most effective care possible for anyone who needs it. His primary research focus is implementation science, with a specific emphasis on integrated behavioral health services for persons with co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders, as they present in both primary care and specialty settings.

Registration

Registration is free but you are required to submit an abstract and/or attend the retreat.

The registration deadline is Friday, August 12, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. ET.

Submitting an abstract for oral/poster presentations – DEADLINE EXTENDED!

If you are working currently in the area of implementation science, we invite you to submit an abstract for consideration as either a poster or oral presentation.

Follow the abstract submission guidelines to submit your abstract. Submissions that do not adhere to the formatting requirements will not be considered for presentation. The retreat planning committee will review the abstracts and notify submitters in early August.

Submit abstracts by 5 pm EST on July 29, 2022

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