Join Tufts CTSI’s Dissemination & Implementation Core for their next D&I Interest Group (DIIG) on Tuesday, March 26 at 1:00PM! Carmit McMullen, PhD, will present “Incorporating Qualitative Methods in Your Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Project.”

Dr. McMullen is a medical anthropologist who studies health informatics, cancer survivorship, and healthcare delivery. She provides expertise in qualitative and ethnographic research methods, such as focus groups, interviews, and fieldwork (participant observation), for studies in diverse subject areas. She also facilitates stakeholder engagement in research by leading advisory boards and by training patient advocates and integrating them into the research process.


Live session via Zoom: Tuesday, March 26, 1:00PM-2:00PM EST


To register in advance, click here.

To download and share the event flyer, click here.

All are welcome to attend and learn more about D&I!


Please contact Anna Thompson with any questions.