Addressing the Research Capacity Gap in Global Child, Adolescent & Family Health Disparities Utilizing Implementation and Data Sciences among Vulnerable Populations in Resource-limited Settings (ACHIEVE)

ACHIEVE is a research training program in global health disparities research which is focused on increasing dissemination and implementation and data science capacity affecting children, adolescents and their adult caregivers. The program is designed for medical doctors and post-doctoral trainees from diverse backgrounds in the U.S. especially groups underrepresented in biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences research, as well as trainees (post-professional degree graduates) from Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Uganda. In South Africa ACHIEVE is led by Professor Arvin Bhana and Professor Inge Petersen who offer mentorship in the South African site.

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