Dissemination

EviTAH Policy document

EviTAH Publications

Wenzel, L., White, J. Sarkies, M.N., Morris, M.E., Carey, L., Williams, C., Taylor, N., Martin, J., Bardoel, A., Haines, T. How do health professionals prioritize clinical areas for implementation of evidence into practice? A cross-sectional qualitative study. International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, June 26, 2020 doi: 10.1097/XEB.0000000000000217

Sarkies, M.N., Skinner, E.H., Bowles, K.A., Morris, M.E., Williams, C., O’Brien, L., Bardoel, A., Martin, J., Holland, A.E., Carey, L., White, J., Haines, T.P. A novel counterbalanced implementation study design: methodological description and application to implementation research. Implementation Science 14, 45 (2019) doi: 10.1186/s13012-019-0896-0

Grant, K., White, J., Martin, J., Haines, T. P. The cost of risk and fear: A qualitative study of risk conceptualisations in allied health leadership resource allocation decision making. Health Risk and Society 21:7-8, 373-389. (2019) doi: 10.1080/13698575.2019.1667962

Sarkies, M.N., White, J., Morris, M.E., Taylor, N.F., Williams, C., O’Brien, L., Martin, J., Bardoel, A., Holland, A.E., Care, L., Skinner, E.H., Bowles, K.A., Grant, K., Phillip, K., Haines, T.P. Implementation of evidence-based weekend service recommendations for allied health managers: a cluster randomised controlled trial protocol. Implementation Science 13, 60 (2018) doi: 10.1186/s13012-018-0752-7

Sarkies, M.N., Bowles, K.A., Skinner, E.H., Haas, R., Lane, H., Haines, T.P. The effectiveness of research implementation strategies for promoting evidence-informed policy and management decisions in healthcare: a systematic review. Implementation Science 12, 132 (2017) doi:10.1186/s13012-017-0662-0

Hailey, L., Sturgess, T., Philip, K., Markham, D., Martin, J., Walsh, J., Hubbard, W., Haines, T. P. What factors do allied health take into account when making resource allocation decisions. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 6:1-9 (2017) doi: 10.15171/ijhpm.2017.105

EViTAH Presentations

Oral presentations

Haines, T.P. (Keynote speaker) Measuring the value of allied health. National Allied Health Conference Brisbane, August 7, 2019.

Sarkies, M. Additional weekend Allied Health services reduce length of stay in subacute rehabilitation wards but their effectiveness and cost effectiveness are unclear in acute general medical and surgical hospital wards: A systematic review. National Allied Health Conference Brisbane, August 7, 2019.

White, J. Translating evidence into practice: A longitudinal qualitative exploration of Allied Health decision making. National Allied Health Conference Brisbane, August 6, 2019.

Sarkies, M. Video strategies improved health professional knowledge across different contexts: a helix counterbalanced randomized controlled study. Victorian Allied Health Conference, Melbourne, March 22, 2019.

Sarkies M., Skinner E., Bowles KA., Haines T. Conceptualising and evaluating implementation success: the efficacy standardised effect. Global Implementation Conference Toronto, Canada. June 20-21 2017.

2017 Evidence Translation in Allied Health (EViTAH) Seminar

When: Tuesday 21st November 2:00pm – 4:30pm

Where: Building 1, Ground floor lecture theatre, Monash University Notting Hill Campus

We thank all the presenters and attendees for taking part in our inaugural Evidence Translation in Allied Health (EviTAH) seminar. Details of the presentations can be found below:

Prof Terry Haines

Monash University

Welcome address

Dr Jenni White

Monash University

Evaluating the success of research implementation strategies on evidence based decision-making by allied health managers: a study protocol

Prof Meg Morris

La Trobe University

Healthscope

An evidence based framework for embedding research into allied health practice

A/Prof Simon Pervan

Swinburne University

How service based logic could help translate evidence into practice

Ms Liana Cahill

La Trobe University

The FLOREY

SENSe Implement: Changing clinical practice in sensory rehabilitation of the arm after stroke

Mr David Snowdon

La Trobe University

Implementing clinical practice guidelines after hip fracture

Mr Mitchell Sarkies

Monash University

Monash Health

Research implementation strategies for healthcare policy and management decisions: a systematic review

Ms Kellie Grant

Monash University

Improving risk literacy in allied health

Ms Laura Jolliffe

Alfred Health

Using audit and feedback to educate and encourage clinicians to embed clinical practice guidelines in brain injury rehabilitation

Poster presentations

Sarkies, M. A Novel Helix Randomised Implementation Study Design: Methodological Description and Application to Implementation Research. Global Evidence and Implementation Summit Melbourne, Australia. October 2018.

Sarkies M., Bowles KA., Skinner E., Haines T. The success of research implementation strategies for promoting evidence-based policy and management decisions in healthcare: a systematic review. Global Implementation Conference Toronto, Canada. June 20-21 2017.

Sarkies M., White J., Bowles KA., Skinner E., Haines T. The success of research implementation strategies on evidence-based decision-making by allied health managers: a randomised controlled trial protocol. Global Implementation Conference Toronto, Canada. June 20-21 2017.

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