Dr Paul Wilson Senior Lecturer, Centre for Primary Care and Health Services Research, University of Manchester
1st October 2020
12.30pm to 1.30pm
Challenges in getting evidence into practice in health systems have long been recognised, but have become a key concern of health systems generally. Grounded in several disciplines, implementation science is the study of strategies to promote the uptake of evidence-based interventions into health-care practice and policy. An ever growing body of evidence on uptake and adoption now exists, but many important messages that can inform implementation efforts in practice remain buried in the academic literature. This presentation will consider the challenge of not just to getting evidence into practice but also implementation science into practice.
The NIHR ARC EoE runs an Implementation Fellowship featuring a series of open seminars in which speakers discuss an aspect of research implementation in which they are internationally preeminent. Anyone interested in research implementation is welcome to attend via Zoom, an online videoconferencing platform that runs on any browser (no account needed).
Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/842223442
To access further details of the Implementation Seminar Series taking place across the year, please see the flyer