Implementation Science in Practice: finding the framework that fits workshop
Friday, 4 August 2017, 09:45 am — Saturday, 4 August 2018, 01:45 pm
|Location||HMRI (web-link) or Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney|
This workshop is for early-mid career researchers and anyone with an interest in implementation research design, and aims to help provide an understanding of the application of some of the commonly used frameworks.
The program will feature:
- Keynote presentations describing research protocol in-depth: the RE-AIM framework & the Healthy Living after Cancer Project by Professor Elizabeth Eakin from the University of Queensland.
- Case Study presentations by selected guest speakers, looking at the frameworks they selected for recent research, outlining the decision making process, challenges of implementing the framework, and evaluation of the performance of the framework.
- Expert panel discussion to answer your questions and further analyse the implementation framework selection process
Attendees can join the presentations in Sydney at The Charles Perkins Centre, or alternatively if they are located in the Hunter region, participants can attend the satellite group from The Hunter Medical Research Institute in Newcastle. This satellite group will join Sydney via web-link, and will be facilitated by a local expert. At registration, please select whether you will join in Sydney or Newcastle.
Please visit the events area of the community of practice website for further information & registration details.
HCRA members who would like more information on the activities of this community of practice and the involvement of HCRA can contact Melissa McEnallay, HCRA Implementation Science Program Officer - HCRA-Implementation@newcastle.edu.au