Evidence and Implementation Summit
Virtual Series 2020
Introducing the Evidence and Implementation Summit Virtual Series: three free webinars hosted by the Centre for Evidence and Implementation and Monash University in the lead up to our March 2021 Evidence and Implementation Summit.
Our first webinar on the 27th of this month will consider some of the critical questions faced by policy makers, researchers, practitioners and leaders who implement quality evidence into practice and programs.
Join Robyn, Aron and Bianca as they analyse the issues facing implementation science as the discipline moves into its third decade.
Implementation science: the third decade
27 May 2020 5.00-6.00pm AEST
‘Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard. Keep thinking.’ Guy Kawasaki used this simple truth to remind aspiring entrepreneurs that it can be tough to get business ideas off the ground.
Robyn Mildon, Aron Shlonsky and Bianca Albers, implementation science experts and co-editors of the recently published book Implementation Science 3.0 (Springer International Publishing, 2020) will use this motto to frame their exploration of the current state of the discipline known as implementation science, a field that has experienced substantial growth over the last two decades. Some of the questions they will address include:
- What are the key criteria of high-quality implementation practice?
- What types of measures and designs are needed to reliably generate the kind of high-quality implementation research that pushes the field forward?
- What do the impressive number of empirical studies that have been published tell us?
Significant resources and a growing knowledge base have enabled a rapid development of the discipline, but while the last two decades of growth have been impressive, we are still some way from successfully ‘implementing’ implementation.
We welcome your early registration.
We will pass on details about our second and third webinars – to be held June 17 and July 15 respectively – as they become available. Please mark your calendars in the meantime.
Wednesday 27 May 2020
5.00 – 6.00pm (AEST)
9.00 – 10.00am (EU)
8.00 – 9.00am (UK)
3.00 – 4.00pm (Singapore)