Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk
To expedite impact and reduce costs, existing evidence-based interventions to address global health challenges are increasingly being implemented with new populations and in new contexts. Yet the processes used to optimise adaptation of these interventions for new settings are rarely reported. Reflecting on a project being conducted in collaboration with colleagues at the Institute for Life Course Health Research at Stellenbosch University, Dr Aventin will outline an approach to co-producing adapted versions of an existing UK sexual and reproductive health intervention for use in southern Africa. She will reflect on how Intervention Mapping was used to adapt an intervention that promotes social justice and gender equality, and offer considerations for global health researchers involved in similar work.