Implementation models and frameworks: How to disseminate and implement new evidence in healthcare
Topic of the 2018 Summer School
Implementation of new evidence into clinical practice is a major challenge in hospitals and health services. This is specially the case for health promotion activities for patients, staff and community.
As hospitals and health services work under complex resource-constrained conditions, it is important to have clear evidence-based strategies for how to implement research into practice. This year’s HPH Summer School offers the participants an introduction and insight into implementation science.
Amongst the frameworks and tools introduced at the Summer Schools are:
The Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR): a common used theoretical framework for describing and evaluating implementation processes.
RE-AIM: a framework for monitoring and implementing evidence-based interventions.
The HPH Summer schools are master classes held in relation to the annual HPH conferences, giving participants the opportunity to add to the scientific content of the conference. The aim of each year’s Summer School is to provide input and tools for HPH practitioners.
Dates: June 4-5.
Day 1: June 4, Monday 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Day 2: June 5, Tuesday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
The €100 includes coffee, tea, snacks and lunch on day 2.