We combine three approaches to understand and improve upon mechanisms for uptake and adoption of innovative technologies to empower community health workforces, strengthen health systems, and improve health outcomes.

Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR)

Engage diverse stakeholders to inform the acceptability, design, translation, and implementations strategies of novel diagnostic technologies in underserved communities

Human-Centered Design

Meaningfully engage end-users to generate innovative solutions to a particular challenge and work together to create health technologies and interventions that meet real-world needs

Community Health Worker (CHW) Training

Training to employ novel health technologies and deliver comprehensive outreach and educational interventions

Current Projects

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