GIS & UTHealth Houston Global Conference: May 29

Start time 2024-05-29 08:00
Finished Time 2024-05-29 17:00
Address 7255 Helix Park

As GIS prepares for the NISA & Global Implementation Conference taking place this fall in Abuja, Nigeria, GIS is staging smaller, one-day events centered around the conference theme, Everyday Implementation.

Date: May 29th

Location: TMC3 Collaborative Building, 7255 Helix Park, Houston TX, 77030

Who Should Attend: Students, healthcare workers, and researchers interested in implementation science.

What to Expect:

  • Hear from leading experts in the field.
  • Network with a global community of implementation practitioners.
  • Learn and discuss models, best practices and real world examples of accelerating the implementation of health innovations in global health settings

Register here!


Call for Abstracts:

Submit your abstract for lightning talks or poster presentations! We welcome submissions from both students and professionals. Submit your abstract here!

Post Conference Workshop with UTHealth Houston

In addition to this event, UTHealth Houston Institute for Implementation Science invites attendees to register and attend their program: Implementation Mapping: Using Intervention Mapping to Plan Implementation Strategies

This two-day workshop will teach you about Implementation Mapping, a systematic approach to planning implementation strategies. For more information, please visit this webpage.

About UTHealth Houston Institute for Implementation Science

The UTHealth Houston Institute for Implementation Science is a group of healthcare professionals and students working to bridge the gap between research and real-world public health solutions. They offer training, workshops, and consultations related to implementation science.


Vice President of Population Health and Implementation Science and co-director, Dr. Maria Fernandez, currently sits on the GIS Board of Directors and has an extensive portfolio of global, federal, and state-funded research developing and improving evidence-based interventions and guidelines for the prevention and control of cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease in clinical and public health settings.

Key Dates

1 APRIL -- Conference Registration Opens

15 APRIL -- Abstract Submissions DEADLINE

20 APRIL -- Notification Distribution

1 MAY -- Program Announced

29 MAY -- Conference Day!


We look forward to seeing you in May!