Collaboration & Partnerships
Partnering and collaborating to improve the uptake of evidence-based practices into routine care
The third initiative of the Implementation Science Academy focuses on building and leveraging effective partnerships between clinicians, health services, researchers, Government, industry and consumers.
Through these collaborations, we will co-design, review and deliver implementation science funding opportunities which are aligned with our Partners’ aims.
A particular focus is facilitating funding opportunities for university, clinical and government-based early and mid-career researchers.
By leading partnerships which strengthen and streamline the health system’s capacity and capability for implementation science, we aim to systematically support and sustain evidence-based interventions in healthcare policy and practice.
PartnershipsWe make research implementation more impactful by facilitating and leveraging partnerships.
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Clinical Academic GroupsIncreasing the impact of clinician-researcher collaborations by fostering their use of implementation science.
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Funding OpportunitiesPilot Grants for teams of clinicians and researchers undertaking work in the growing field of implementation science.
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