Our growing program of work includes annual educational and training events and workshops, an online community and research grants for pilot implementation research projects.

Our aims are to:

  • facilitate and promote the use of Implementation Science by Partner researchers and clinicians
  • demonstrate the value of the rapid translation of evidence into practice
  • enhance networks to facilitate translation of research into practice
  • transform research findings into the development or refinement of health care delivery, to benefit patients
  • evaluate and share success and best practice.
  • Implementation Science Community of Practice

    We are building an online Community of Practice for all those interested in Implementation Science. This includes clinicians, researchers and students across the Partnership. The online community will provide practical networking and capacity development opportunities for its members, including events, resources and educational programs.

    What is Implementation Science?

    Implementation Science is the scientific study of methods to promote the systematic uptake of research findings and other evidence-based practices (interventions, programs, innovations) into routine practice and improve the quality and effectiveness of health services and care.

    Our People

    • Professor Don Nutbeam

      Steering Committee Chair

    • Professor Andrew Baillie

      Academic Network Chair

    • Professor Julie Redfern

    • Associate Professor Leanne Hassett

    • Dr Mitchell Sarkies

    • Dr Heather Shepherd

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