RISE CAB training package
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This online course is designed specifically for implementation research teams, advocates, policy-makers, and others who are working in the field of HIV prevention. The three one-hour online lessons cover a range of ‘foundational’ and ‘elective’ topics, including the key concepts and goals of implementation research in the context of HIV prevention and new product introduction. The content offers real-world examples of using good participatory practices with stakeholders to address key implementation research questions and to ensure that the outcomes and translation of findings are shaped by and relevant for communities who are most affected by HIV. This course is part of the AVAC’s suite of GPP courses available on the Engage platform.

To access this course on Engage, simply follow these steps:

  1. Visit https://engage.avac.org
  2. Click on “Sign Up” located at the top right corner of the homepage
  3. Fill in the required fields to create your username (e.g. email address), unique password, and profile
  4. Once your registration is complete, log in and navigate to the course page (located in the dropdown menu at the top of the screen)
  5. Locate “Unlocking the Potential of Implementation Science and GPP” and click on the title to enroll in the course and start your learning journey!

Watch this short video clip for an overview of these instructions.

Please email [email protected] for any technical or course-related questions.