Want to learn more about Implementation Science?
During November 2021 Health Translation SA launched a new Spotlight Series!
The Spotlight Series is a new initiative through which Health Translation SA will offer information and activities relating to a component of research translation or specific translation projects.
Throughout November 2021 HTSA presented a series of four webinars, and shared resources and training opportunities, to raise awareness and understanding of Implementation Science; what it is, why it is important and where to learn more.
Check out the Spotlight on Implementation Science: Content Summary for a concise overview of the key messages, webinar recording links and resources that were shared across the month.
Please find below a range of helpful resources and learning opportunities on many aspects of Implementation Science.
Online Resources & Training Support
- Sydney Health Partners Community of Practice promotes and builds capacity in Implementation Science. Join to gain instant access to an extensive library of implementation science resources – including scientific articles, videos and templates to use in your own implementation projects.
- MACH Implementation Science Resource Directory This new Directory conveniently brings together diverse digital tools and resources into a central location to support health implementation efforts by beginners and experts. In the directory you’ll find: planning tools and templates, theories, models and frameworks, step-by-step guides to implementation research and practice, academic papers and webinars.
- JBI offers a variety of tools & resources to support implementation and evidence-based practice. Visit the EBP Resources and Implementation Training pages.
Videos & Webinars
- HTSA Webinar Series: View the recordings of our four-part webinar series from November 2022, exploring various facets of implementation science with South Australian leaders in this field.
- Sydney Health Partners: What is Implementation Science?
- MACH Webinars: Melbourne Academic Centre for Health has recently hosted a three-part Implementation Science series.
- Australian Prevention Partnership Centre: Great Implementation Debate – Implementation, Implementation Science & scale-up.
Journals & Publications
- Lynch, E.A., Mudge, A., Knowles, S. et al. There is nothing so practical as a good theory”: a pragmatic guide for selecting theoretical approaches for implementation projects. BMC Health Serv Res 18, 857 (2018).
- Damschroder, L. J., Aron, D. C., Keith, R. E., Kirsh, S. R., Alexander, J. A., & Lowery, J. C. (2009). Fostering implementation of health services research findings into practice: a consolidated framework for advancing implementation science. Implementation science : IS, 4, 50.
- Harvey, G., & Kitson, A. (2016). PARIHS revisited: from heuristic to integrated framework for the successful implementation of knowledge into practice. Implementation science : IS, 11, 33.
- Moullin, J. C., Dickson, K. S., Stadnick, N. A., Albers, B., Nilsen, P., Broder-Fingert, S., Mukasa, B., & Aarons, G. A. (2020). Ten recommendations for using implementation frameworks in research and practice. Implementation science communications, 1, 42.
- Nilsen P. (2015). Making sense of implementation theories, models and frameworks. Implementation science : IS, 10, 53.
- Workshop Report from the Evidence and Implementation Summit 2021: Best, S. Hutchinson, K. Gul, H. Ryder, T. Rapport, F. Hibbert, P. Smith, A. (2021) Does implementation science have an implementation problem?
The below selection of Implementation Science frameworks is a brief introduction to just some of the many frameworks available:
Recordings of the four webinars in the HTSA Implementation Science series (held in November 2021) are now available.
Click on each webinar title below to view the recording.
Thank you again to all our presenters for sharing your expertise and insights.
Speakers: Ms Wendy Keech (HTSA), Prof Gill Harvey & Dr Liz Lynch (Flinders University)
Perspectives of Implementation Science in changing contexts
Speakers: Dr Craig Lockwood (JBI, Uni of Adelaide), Dr Natasha Howard (SAHMRI)
Speakers: Dr Tahna Pettman (UniSA), Dr Ecushla Linedale (HTSA), Assoc Prof Peter Hibbert (UnisA)
Speakers: Prof Alison Kitson & Dr Sarah Hunter (Flinders University, Caring Futures Institute), Saravana Kumar (UniSA)