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1st Biennial Australian Implementation Conference | Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre  |  25 & 26 October 2012


Call for Abstracts Closed

As well as presentations from expert keynote speakers and panel discussions on relevant implementation issues, the Conference program will include presentations and poster sessions from delegates.

Abstract submissions (closing 04 May 2014) can now be made for oral, workshop or poster presentations.

The overall Conference theme is: Solving complex implementation problems.

The Conference program will be structured under six broad themes, with each theme addressing key questions

Theme 1:    
Theories and models of implementation science     

Theme 2:  
Systems and structures to support high quality implementation        

Theme 3:
Fidelity, Adaptation and Scale up

Theme 4: 
Building capacity for effective implementation       

Theme 5:        
Methods, measures and tools for evaluating implementation processes.

Theme 6:
Implementation-informed policy planning, development, delivery and evaluation.

We are committed to presenting an inclusive program and especially welcome abstracts from traditionally underrepresented groups, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Abstracts may only be submitted online.
For more details, including theme information, download the Abstract Guidelines.


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View Video Recordings online here

View slides from the keynote and oral presenters

View recording from the 29 April 2014 Webinar with Bianca Albers – "Implementation in a changing world"

View slides from the 02 May 2012 Webinar with Dr Robyn Mildon – Why Implementation Matters which was broadcast to over 200 people around Australia.



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