• Webinar: Scale-up in Implementation Science

    The evidence-practice gap can only be closed if evidence-based interventions and models of care are implemented at scale across health systems. But scaling-up complex health interventions to large populations is a challenging task. On April 18, Sydney Health Partners’ Senior Advisor, Professor Andrew Milat, will describe current methods, frameworks and tools used to scale-up health … Read more

  • Webinar: Realising the Research Potential of NSW Patient Survey Data

    It is the longest running, most transparent program of its kind in Australia and now the NSW Bureau of Health Information (BHI) is making this unique data asset increasingly available on a secure platform for researchers. Please join us online on March 28 to hear the Chief Executive of BHI, Dr Diane Watson, outline the data that is … Read more

  • Consumer Insights from Participation in Grant Panels

    This webinar’s presenter is Lena Caruso, who is an experienced research administrator and manager, with more than 20 years’ of experience in the health and medical research sector. Lena’s presentation will focus on her personal experience as a Consumer Advisor (CA) for the MRFF Grant Assessment Committees, where the role of a CA is to … Read more

  • Masterclass Info Session

    Discover the Implementation Science Masterclass at this exclusive online info session on 15 June from 1pm to 2pm. Join our implementation science experts who will guide you through the Masterclass structure and objectives in this online information session. The Implementation Science Academy’s Masterclass is a practical introduction to the science of implementation for health professionals and … Read more

  • Assessing the impact of health and medical research

    Assessing research impact is important for individual research projects and broader research programs. It lets you see what’s worked, what hasn’t, and most importantly, allows you to measure, monetise and describe the difference that your research has made to knowledge, policy, society and the economy. More than ever, governments, funding bodies and universities want evidence … Read more