This NHLBI HIV/AIDS Program webinar features Chris Longenecker, M.D., Associate Professor in the Division of Cardiology and Department of Global Health at the University of Washington School of Medicine. In this talk, Dr. Longenecker will discuss concepts in reciprocal innovation research and give concrete examples of ongoing projects that aim to improve the cardiovascular health of people living with HIV around the world.
Reciprocal innovation is the idea that innovations developed and tested in one context may be transportable to another context, often with adaptation. It is bi-directional and requires equitable partnerships to address shared health challenges. Implementation research tests strategies to facilitate the uptake of evidence-based interventions. Implementation research in global cardiovascular health may benefit from intentional partnerships to foster reciprocal innovation.
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This event is free and open to the public.
About the NHLBI HIV/AIDS Program and Seminar Series
This online seminar is part of a series that aims to facilitate information-sharing and stimulate scientific exchange in HIV-focused heart, lung, blood, and sleep research. The series is supported by the NHLBI HIV/AIDS Program, which leads global research, training, and education programs on HIV-related heart, lung, blood, and sleep (HLBS) disorders, as well as blood-based therapies.