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Implementation Science is a critical piece of the HIV and AIDS research agenda. To achieve the 90/90/90 goals that serve patient health and HIV prevention, implementation science is being conducted to learn how to do this in the “best” ways (e.g., most effectively, efficiently, durably). The PEPFAR 3.0 Strategy underscores the importance of targeting --doing the “Right things, in the Right Places” to curb the epidemic. NIH-funded HIV and AIDS implementation science should also correspond to the most urgent needs in the HIV and AIDS service community. However, implementation science means different things to different people. In this session, you will learn about the types of projects that NIH currently funds, and the highest priority research directions. You will also hear from implementation science leaders about important models and methods being used, and key questions that need answering. The session will end with 30 minutes of Q&A for you to ask advice from the panelists.

14:30
WEWS0401
HIV and AIDS Implementation Science Research across NIH: Recent Highlights, Current Priorities, and Partners
Christopher Gordon, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), United States
14:45
WEWS0402
Personalizing Public Health? Adaptive Interventions for Retention in HIV Care
Elvin Geng, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), United States
15:00
WEWS0403
Opportunities in the Transition to Passive Data Collection Systems for Impact Evaluation
Stefan Baral, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
15:15
WEWS0404
Utilizing Implementation Science to Build Strategies for Differentiated Care for HIV
Ruanne V Barnabas, University of Washington, United States
15:30
WEWS0405
Moderated Discussion
Denis Nash, City University of New York, United States
Christopher Gordon, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), United States
Ingrid V Bassett, Harvard University, United States
Elvin Geng, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), United States
Stefan Baral, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
Ruanne V Barnabas, University of Washington, United States