Under pressure: implementing change to transform healthcare
How can implementation research and practice-based learning be transformative during times of great change? And what role does health system resilience play in controlling a pandemic?
Sydney Health Partner’s fourth annual Implementation Science symposium debates these questions, mindful of the challenges currently confronting our healthcare services.
Leading the online conversations are an esteemed line-up of presenters and panellists from Australia and abroad.
This event runs for three days, 17-19 November, with one two-hour session per day over the three days. Attend all three days, or just the ones that interest you!
17 November – How is Implementation Science transforming healthcare?
18 November – Timely transformation: tracking our rapid response to COVID-19
19 November – Embracing change for future adaptation and sustainability
Dr David Chambers
How is implementation science transforming healthcare?
David Chambers is the Deputy Director for Implementation Science at the Office of the Director in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute in the United States. Dr. Chambers manages a team focusing on efforts to build and advance the field of Implementation Science.
Professor Trisha Greenhalgh
Politics, post-truth science and COVID-19
Professor Trisha Greenhalgh is the Chair, Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford. As co-Director of the Interdisciplinary Research In Health Sciences (IRIHS) unit, Trisha leads a programme of research at the interface between social sciences and medicine, with strong emphasis on the organisation and delivery of health services.