Academic Implementation Science Network (University of Sydney)
The Faculty of Medicine and Health (FMH) Academic Implementation Science Network aims to advance research translation through engagement and facilitation
The Faculty of Medicine and Health (FMH) Academic Implementation Science Network was established in 2021 to enhance translational research and specifically implementation science expertise across the University of Sydney and Sydney Health Partners member organisations. The Network has leveraged the strong foundation and membership base of the SHP Implementation Science Academy Community of Practice to engage with members across the partnership.
The vision of the Academic Implementation Science Network is to advance the science of research translation through Network engagement and facilitation.
The purpose of the Academic Implementation Science Network is to build capacity in implementation science. The Network is responsible for harnessing academic expertise from across the University to progress an agenda for education, training, and research in implementation science.
To become a member of the Network, please signup to become a member of the Implementation Science Academy Community of Practice here. Colleagues that identify the University of Sydney as their primary employer or as an affiliation will be added to the mailing list for the Network.
Academic Implementation Science Network Convenor: A/Prof Leanne Hassett
Academic Implementation Science Network Support Officer: Franziska Konschak
AISN Leadership Team: Prof Andrew Baillie, Prof Julie Redfern, Dr Heather Shepherd, Dr Mitchell Sarkies, Prof Jennifer Alison, Prof Adrian Bauman, Prof Elizabeth Denney-Wilson, Prof Sarah Lewis, Prof Kirsten McCaffery, Prof Rachael Morton, Prof Bandana Saini, Prof Cathie Sherrington, Prof Leanne Togher, Dr Carissa Bonner, Dr Paula Bray, Prof Brendan McCormack
Enquiries about the Academic Implementation Science Network can be directed to [email protected]