Masterclass in Implementation Science and Effective Healthcare Improvement in Practice

Masterclass in Implementation Science and Effective Healthcare Improvement in Practice

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Course dates

2021 TBC

Course delivery

Fully online (9am – 4pm)

Course fees

Monash Partners attendee: $780
General attendee: $980
Student attendee: $580


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This two-day online masterclass will be of interest to health professionals, researchers, students, policy makers and front-line clinicians who seek guidance and inspiration on healthcare improvement.

During the masterclass we will review conceptual frameworks and explore core implementation components and demonstrate how implementation science can be integrated with healthcare improvement to ensure positive outcomes for service users and the community.

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Course facilitators

Hear from internationally renowned experts on innovative means to improve the healthcare system as they provide an overview of implementation science approaches, evaluations, stakeholder engagement and co-design of implementation projects with service users.

Professor Helena Teede Professor Helena Teede is a clinician and academic. She is an endocrinologist who is strongly committed to leading and driving evidence into practice to ensure improved health outcomes. She is the Director of Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI), School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University; and is Executive Director of Monash Partners Academic Health Science Centre.
Dr Rhonda Garad Dr Rhonda Garad is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Education at MCHRI. She co-ordinates a number of Monash University educational offerings including; Innovation and implementation in health care units. Rhonda’s expertise and academic focus is in public health, health equity and health consumer empowerment. She has broad teaching experience particular in masters level public health programs and, ongoing health professional education.
Dr Angela Melder Dr Angela Melder is experienced in knowledge translation and has managed an evidence intermediary evidence unit, and overseen the synthesis and facilitated the uilisation of evidence to inform evidence-informed decision making at the largest health service in Victoria, Australia. Angela’s PhD research into implementation processes enables her to provide implementation science leadership to research and health service teams, informing the design, delivery and evaluation of implementation of change to achieve healthcare improvement.