Implementation and Healthcare Improvement Masterclass

Managing Change for Direct Health Impact

Much has been written about the quality chasm in healthcare: the gap between our knowledge and our practice.

Join us for a two-day course that will 'unpack' how implementation science combines scientific disciplines to help explain approaches that enable people to adopt change in complex health systems.

Aimed at health professionals, researchers and 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 combined with healthcare improvement to improve outcomes for service users and the community.

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 Danny Liew is the Deputy Head of School (Education and Enterprise), Chair of Clinical Outcomes Research, Head of the Division of Clinical Epidemiology, Director of the Centre of Cardiovascular Research and Education, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (SPHPM), Monash University; and consultant physician at the Alfred Hospital in General Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology.

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), SPHPM, Monash University; and is Executive Director of Monash Partners Academic Health Science Centre; sits on the NHMRC research committee and has had a range of leadership roles throughout her career.

Professor Helen Skouteris is the Monash Warwick Alliance Professor of Healthcare Improvement and Implementation Science at Monash University. She has a strong focus on partnership in research, education/training and translation for healthcare improvement, implementation science/health services research, working with colleagues from Monash University, Warwick University, Monash Partners and beyond. Her work has strongly engaged government and has transformed policy.

Dr Bengianni Pizzirani is a Research Fellow in Healthcare Innovation, Implementation and Evaluations at MCHRI, SPHPM, Monash University. He has been involved with a range of implementation studies and evaluations, and has extensive experience managing and evaluating complex projects in community service and social welfare sectors.

Ms Angela Melder is Manager, Centre for Clinical Effectiveness at Monash Health (translation of evidence to inform decision-making about best practice) and undertaking a doctorate in healthcare improvement at MCHRI, SPHPM, Monash University.