Implementing Sustainable Evidence-based interventions through Engagement (ISEE) Lab

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Implementing Sustainable Evidence-based interventions through Engagement (ISEE) Lab


Meet the Lab Director

Dr. Emmanuel Peprah’s research interests lie at the confluence of understanding what, why, and how some evidence-based interventions work in some populations and not others. 

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Who We Are

The ISEE Lab is composed of talented multidisciplinary individuals with various areas of expertise and diverse areas of concentrations.

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Areas of Interest

Advancing the science of implementation via instrument development or adaption; sickle cell disease; HIV/AIDS;  maternal health; mental health; global health and health equity

Current Projects

We strive to understand the who, why, where, and how interventions are adopted and maintained by certain communities and not others. Our research is based on well-studied implementation science principles, theories, frameworks, and measures.

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Introducing the ASSESS Tool

A comprehenSive tool to Support rEporting and critical appraiSal of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods implementation reSearch outcomes

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Collaborate with Us

The ISEE Lab has an interest in working with various partners, both local and global to advance our core priority areas.

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To educate, to discover, to engage, and to improve the health of communities in low- and middle-income countries via delivery of evidence-based implementation strategies to achieve optimal health outcomes.


To develop leaders in implementation science who will transform global health and promote sustainable quality of life and wellbeing.