There's never been a better time to be part of this community!
With a great workshop program shaping up this year, we've got your learning covered when it comes to the latest knowledge, skills and opportunities within Implementation Science.
Be sure to check out our Events page for save the dates, full program information and to register to attend our events, including:
New events including webinars and journal club meetings are being planned, so keep an eye out on our events page, or to make things easy, just sign up for our newsletter!
Let us share your recent work in Implementation Science & cancer care with our Community of Practice. Upload your professional bio to the member site today!
Our member website is a one-stop-shop for news, education events and resources in implementation science. To boost value for our members we're creating special member-only benefits, such as shining a light on your work and profile to increase recognition across the community.
1. Add your professional bio to our "Member Directory"
for everyone to see who you are, what your interests are and the work you've done. Boost your network and gain exposure.
2. Has your research been published recently?
Send the link to your online article so we can add it to the "Useful Publications" list on our member site. Email email@example.com now!
3. Get involved with our member-only forum
Find opportunities to network, collaborate, share and learn! Check the forum out.
*Remember - the member site now features restricted member-only areas, so you'll need to log in. Find your invitation email or alternatively click Log In | Register on this site and change your password to gain access.*
Cancer Implementation Science | Community of Practice is providing a $1000 prize for the best presentation at the Cancer Institute NSW Innovations Conference CoP Rapid Fire Session: Early Career Researchers APPLY NOW!
Applications to present at this unique session are open to early career members* of the Translational Cancer Research Centres and will feature a range of selected presentations on implementation science projects. There will be a $1,000 prize up for grabs for the best presentation!
If you are currently working on, or have recently completed, an innovative project related to cancer treatment and care, we encourage you to submit an abstract for the opportunity to showcase your work. Selected speakers will have 10 minutes to present (a strict 7 minute presentation followed by 3 minutes of Q&A) focusing on the role of implementation science in transforming cancer care.
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We're busy following the twittersphere for the latest news and goings on across the world in Implementation Science, or Knowledge Translation as our Canadian friends call it!
From making connections with global leaders, to discovering new tools and resources, we're keeping up to date with the latest from around the world in implementation science research and cancer program delivery.
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Recording now live!
We held the first webinar from our series of educational webinars on Thursday 26th March 2015 which was presented by Professor Tim Shaw, Director Research in Implementation Science and eHealth of the Faculty of Health Sciences, and Carrie Marr, Executive Director Organisational Effectiveness for Western Sydney Local Health District.
The webinar featured conversations around the similarities and differences between the two worlds of Implementation Science and Quality Improvement, bought to life with real project examples from Western Sydney and Scotland where excellent results have been gained.
Participants were invited to join the conversation and we received a number of excellent questions including:
The recording is now available to be watched at your leisure - please find it on the resources page of this site along with our other recordings from the archives.
"What is implementation science and how does it relate to quality improvement?"
Register now to join this free webinar and get the chance to ask the presenters your questions.
The recording will be available afterwards via the resources page on this website.
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