Implementation Science Summer School 2012
This relatively new field includes the study of influences on (healthcare) professional and organisational behaviour. The summer school is being organised by the Department of Public Health and Primary Care in the School of Medicine, Trinity in association with the Centre for Effective Services (CES) , a not for profit organisation funded by the Department of Youth and Family Affairs and Atlantic Philanthropies.
The programme will comprise a series of lectures case studies and workshops. The lectures from international keynote speakers from US and UK will provide participants with the background theory behind implementation science. The case studies and workshops will allow participants to hear and work through practical examples of successful and unsuccessful implementation projects using international and Irish case studies.
The Summer School should be of interest to a wide ranging audience including practitioners, academia, policy makers, and researchers from a variety of backgrounds.
The objectives of the Summer School are as follows:
· To bring the core thinking of implementation science to a wider audience frommulti-disciplinary and multi-organisational backgrounds
· To analyse what impedes implementation in a variety of settings (public healthcare, private healthcare, bio-industry, social care and education)
· To explore the principles of putting implementation science into practice, by providing examples of good practice nationally and internationally, through case studies
Venue: Arts Building, main campus, Trinity College Dublin
There is a one day registration fee:
€120 Wed 29th August
€120 Thurs 30th August
€70 Friday 31st August (Half Day)
If you wish to avail of the daily option please specify the day when sending in payment.
The three day registration fee:
€300 including conference dinner on August 30th, €270 excluding dinner.
To book please contact: email@example.com
The Summer School will qualify for 10 CPD points (full attendance).