Implementation Science Short Course A practical introduction to translating evidence into practice When

Short Course
Implementation Science
A practical introduction to translating evidence into practice
When 12-13 February 2015
Where Newcastle University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
What is Implementation Science?
Scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare
Who is this course for?
Postgraduate researchers and healthcare providers with an academic interest in changing practice to
improve healthcare delivery (no prior experience in Implementation Science required)
Spaces are limited to 25 delegates – we encourage registering your interest and booking early
Format
Interactive lectures, small group work, case studies, and an opportunity to work on own implementation
project with individual feedback from course facilitators
Course convenors
Expert international facilitators
Prof Jeremy Grimshaw
Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Canada
Senior Scientist, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Canada Research Chair Knowledge Transfer & Uptake
Dr Justin Presseau
Prof Per Nilsen
Lecturer in Health Psychology
Institute of Health & Society
Newcastle University (UK)
Professor of Implementation Science
Department of Medical and Health Sciences
Linköping University, Sweden
Dr Tracy Finch
Senior Lecturer in Psychology of Healthcare
Institute of Health & Society
Newcastle University (UK)
Dr Siw Carlfjord
Research Fellow in Implementation Science
Department of Medical and Health Sciences
Linköping University, Sweden
Implementation Science Course outline
12-13 February 2015
DAY ONE – Thursday 12 February 2015
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Introduction to Implementation Science
Overview of models, theories and frameworks used in Implementation Science
Knowledge creation and synthesis
Behaviour change approaches to implementation science
Introduction to Normalization Process Theory
DAY TWO – Friday 13 February 2015
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Implementation interventions
Assessing barriers and facilitators using theoretical frameworks
From barriers to interventions: designing for implementation
Measurement and evaluation in implementation
Panel discussion
Outcomes –
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Using your own research context, you will be able to
Recognise and apply theoretical approaches to changing practice
Use robust methods for assessing barriers and facilitators
Target barriers with intervention strategies
Consider measurement and evaluation options
Apply contemporary theory and methods in implementation to your own research
Discuss and receive feedback from facilitators and delegates
REGISTRATION DETAILS
Dates 12-13 February 2015
Venue Newcastle University, Newcastle UK
Cost* £300+ VAT* (includes registration,
refreshments and lunch on both days)
Contact [email protected]
Application
Please contact us to register your interest. Applicants
will be asked to submit a short paragraph about their
area of research. Spaces are limited to 25 delegates.
Allocation will be on first come, first served basis.
Application deadline Friday 23 January 2015
This course will run subject to a minimum number of enrolments
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