SMART Webinar Series

The SMART Training Platform’s webinar series seeks to amplify the knowledge and education in the space of implementation science. The Platform has created a virtual hub as an innovative training environment focusing on the diverse areas of healthy cities, smart cities, and implementation science. Explore the previous webinars below to access recordings and resources from the archived webinars.

Upcoming Webinar:

April 11th, 2024
We are excited to announce the launch of our new webinar series, designed to showcase the innovative research conducted by our trainees, both past and present!

This webinar will feature presentations from three of our trainees, each followed by a discussion period, making the webinar one hour in total duration, with each segment lasting approximately 20 minutes.

This series is more than just a platform for sharing research; it’s an avenue for fostering feedback, encouraging future initiatives, and extending the reach of our trainees’ ground-breaking work to a broader audience, thereby amplifying it’s impact on society.

Secure your spot and mark your calendars by registering through the link below:

Archived Webinars:

May 3rd, 2022
Understanding and engaging adolescents in improving the healthiness of their food choices with Dr. Ellen Van Kleef

Dr. Ellen van Kleef is an Associate Professor in the Marketing and Consumer Behaviour group of Wageningen University. Ellen’s research focuses on the driving forces behind consumer food choices, specifically focused on the role of the (digital) environment on consumer choices. Her research also focuses on environmental and individual interventions for healthy and sustainable eating

April 28th, 2022
Optimizing HIV-related implementation science with Dr. Stefan Baral

Dr. Stefan Baral is a Professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Stefan completed his certification in Community Medicine as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and Family medicine with the Canadian Council of Family Physicians and provides primary care services in shelters serving people experiencing homelessness.

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