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

Oral Presentations

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8 Pauline Goense   Amsterdam University of Applied Science Delivery of an intervention: A framework for the measurement of treatment integrity. Download Abstract Download Presentation
11 Dr Steve Makkar   The Sax Institute Using conjoint analysis to validate SAGE: A tool to assess research engagement actions and research use in the development of health policies Download Abstract Download Presentation
13 Meghan Finch   Hunter New England Population Health Impact of a population based intervention to increase physical activity promoting practices in childcare services: learnings for large scale implementation in childcare Download Abstract Download Presentation
17 Nicole Nathan   Hunter New England Population Health Increasing the implementation of vegetable and fruit breaks by Australian primary schools: a non-randomized controlled trial in a population of schools Download Abstract Download Presentation
24 Roslyn Baxter & Janet Stodulka Department of Social Services Swimming against the tide: the importance of quality implementation for reform agendas in a resistant culture Download Abstract  
25 Dr Sandy Muecke   NSW Ambulance Transitioning to Evidence for Excellence in Care: Implementing Evidence Based Practice in NSW Ambulance Download Abstract Download Presentation
27 Anthony Raitman   Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (Vic) Sustaining short term initiatives - by implementing for the long term Download Abstract Download Presentation
28 Dr Annie McCluskey   University of Sydney Using the Theoretical Domains Framework to identify implementation challenges and design behavior change strategies: Two examples from stroke rehabilitation  Download Abstract Download Presentation
32 Stewart Redshaw   Mercy Family Services  Moving beyond theory to the nuts and bolts of implementation: Update on Mercy Community Services' 'DMERTTS' Framework. Download Abstract Download Presentation
33 Deb Tipper   Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network  Research into practice - lessons from a network approach to the challenge of implementation Download Abstract Download Presentation
35 Amanda Dominello   The Sax Institute An approach to measuring the impact of initiatives implemented to improve health outcomes: The EXpert PANel Decision (EXPAND) Method Download Abstract Download Presentation
38 Professor Sandy Middleton   St Vincent's Hospital The Quality in Acute Stroke Care (QASC) Implementation Project: Scale up and spread of research evidence in 36 NSW stroke services Download Abstract Download Presentation
39 Pauline Dixon   Wanslea Improving outcomes for vulnerable families: how the process of implementation has impacted on the whole of an organisation in Western Australia Download Abstract Download Presentation
40 Professor Anneke Fitzgerald   Griffith University ParTI: introducing an extended implementation framework for health service change Download Abstract Download Presentation
43 Jo Lunn Brownlee & Professor Jennifer Sumsion Queensland University of Technology Evaluative capacity building: A conceptual framework for engaging decision-makers and program participants in new ways Download Abstract Download Presentation
44 Dr Anna Williamson   The Sax Institute Supporting Policy In health with Research: an Intervention Trial (SPIRIT) -  Protocol and early findings  Download Abstract Download Presentation
45 Bernadette Brown   The Sax Institute Clinician-Led Improvement in Cancer Care (CLICC): A randomised phased trial of clinical guideline implementation through a clinical network Download Abstract Download Presentation
46 Associate ProfessorMary Haines   The Sax Institute Implementing evidence based healthcare through clinical networks how should they be optimised as implementation vehicles? Download Abstract Download Presentation
49 Amanda Reeves headspace Evaluating the national implementation of early psychosis services on the headspace youth mental health care platform Download Abstract Download Presentation
52 Catherine Joyce   Monash University Measuring 'user-pull' research uptake by policy makers and stakeholders Download Abstract Download Presentation
53 Lisa Hillan & Steven Torres-Carne Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation Putting Evidence into Action: Implementing Healing Programs for Indigenous Children, Families and Communities Download Abstract Download Presentation
54 Professor Ross Homel AO   Griffith University Transforming the Developmental System in Disadvantaged Communities Through Sustainable Prevention Support and Delivery Systems Download Abstract Download Presentation
55 Professor John Wiggers   Hunter New England Population Health Implementation of an intervention to enhance police surveillance of alcohol related harm: a stepped wedge trial Download Abstract Download Presentation
59 Jenny van der Arend   University of Queensland The significance of linkages for the uptake of research in social policy making Download Abstract Download Presentation
61

Cherie Nay  & Lucy Corrigan

The Benevolent Society Evaluating implementation processes to improve outcomes for vulnerable families Download Abstract Download Presentation
62 Dr Meryl Lovarini   University of Sydney Using theory to inform implementation research: The iSOLVE Project Download Abstract Download Presentation
67 Nicole Pond University of Newcastle An intervention to facilitate the implementation of healthy eating and physical activity policies and practices in childcare services Download Abstract Download Presentation
68 Paula Wood & Rebecca Sobczak MCRI & The Smith Family Using a multi-phased design to review the implementation of the Let's Read community program Download Abstract Download Presentation
69 Bianca Albers University of Melbourne (Department of Social Work) Implementation Leadership Download Abstract Download Presentation
70 Fiona Robards & Dr Sally Gibson NSW Kids and Families Building a stronger system to improve youth health outcomes learning from implementation of the NSW Youth Health Policy 2011-2016 Download Abstract Download Presentation
71 Dr Christine Siokou Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science Using systems thinking concepts and processes to guide obesity prevention practice and policy development Download Abstract Download Presentation
74 Dr Angela Dew & Akshay Rai  University of Sydney Rural-proofing disability policy: engaging policy makers and service providers in bridging the research-policy gap. Download Abstract Download Presentation
75 Dr Juanita Westbury   University of Tasmania Expansion of the Reducing Use of Sedatives (RedUSe) project to Australian nursing homes Download Abstract Download Presentation
78 Dr Claire Tobin and Dr Jenny Proimos Department of Health Healthy Together Victoria: The policy and practice of systems Download Abstract Download Presentation
80 Jennifer Schroeder  & Dr Allison Metz The Implementation Group Implementation Science and Collective Impact:  Frameworks for Scale and Sustainability Download Abstract Download Presentation
81 Dr Jane Ho & Madeleine Bridgett Sydney Children's Hospitals Network Trapeze: making the leap with ease Download Abstract Download Presentation
86 DrLuke Wolfenden   Hunter New England Population Health Implementation of a research- practice partnership to develop and test research translation strategies for improving the health of populations Download Abstract Download Presentation
87 Leesa Hooker   La Trobe University Using Normalization Process Theory to facilitate sustainable practice change: the MOVE randomised controlled trial of Maternal and Child Health nurse screening and care for women experiencing family violence.   Download Abstract Download Presentation
90 Melanie Kingsland   University of Newcastle Improving the implementation of responsible alcohol management practices by community sporting clubs: a randomised controlled trial Download Abstract Download Presentation
91 Dr Allison Metz   National Implementation Research Network The Role of Key Stakeholders in Co-Creating an Infrastructure to Support Evidence-Based Practice Download Abstract Download Presentation
93 Anne-Laure Couineau   Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health Increasing access to best practice mental health interventions on a national scale: Lessons learned from an implementation program based on a theory-informed model Download Abstract Download Presentation
94 Michael Austin & Kate Dover CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay Cross-agency, cross-jurisdictional, cross-service domain, cross-modal, unfunded, multiple non-government organisational partnership implementation science from scratch (phew!): A tale of really hard implementation science (and why it has almost worked!). Download Abstract Download Presentation
98 Christopher Williams   Hunter Medical Research Institute Design and evaluation of a multi-modal audit and feedback intervention for implementation of healthy food policy in rural and remote school canteens. Download Abstract Download Presentation
101 Dr Lynn Kemp   University of NSW Sustained nurse home visiting for all who could benefit: taking the MECSH program to scale Download Abstract Download Presentation
103 Dr Lyndal Bond  & Rachel Clark Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science Taking a systems approach what does it mean for interventions and evaluations? Download Abstract Download Presentation
106 Dr Therese Riley & Penelope Hawe   Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science Rhizome' as a metaphor for implementation practice Download Abstract Download Presentation
109 Justine Harris & Cheryl Majka Parenting Research Centre Effective Supervision and Coaching: A Matter of Reflection? Download Abstract Download Presentation
111 Jenna McWilliam  & Jacquie Brown Triple P International Community Implementation System a structure to support sustainability Download Abstract Download Presentation
113 Dr Sally Bennett   University of Queensland Building capacity for knowledge translation in occupational therapy  Download Abstract  
115 Dr Tahna Pettman University of Melbourne Impact of a national Knowledge Translation and Exchange platform to support community based obesity prevention implementation Download Abstract Download Presentation
117 Dr Natasha Pearce   Edith Cowan University Applying implementation science to build school implementation capacity to prevent bullying      Download Abstract Download Presentation
120 Andrew Milat   NSW Ministry of Health Scaling population health interventions: experiences and perspectives of policy makers, practitioners and researchers Download Abstract Download Presentation
122 Dr Paula Wye   University of Newcastle Enhancing evidence-based strategies to maximise clinical practice change: The art of support and encouragement. Download Abstract Download Presentation
124 Annette Michaux  & Dr Robyn Mildon Parenting Research Centre Inquiry-led policy reform in Australia: What do we know about implementing inquiry  recommendations Download Abstract Download Presentation
125 Professor Aron Shlonsky   University of Melbourne Not your typical research project: Measuring implementation as programs and services develop in the real world Download Abstract Download Presentation
127 Cheryl Majka Parenting Research Centre Supporting the widespread, effective implementation of evidence-informed family support models: The design and testing of an Intensive Family Support Service Fidelity Framework   Download Abstract Download Presentation
128 Professor Ilan Katz   Social Policy Research Centre How to interpret implementation evaluations for effective policy Download Abstract  
132 Maree Walk  NSW Family and Community Services Laying the ground work for effective implementation: The role of government Download Abstract  
133 Dr Robyn Mildon Parenting Research Centre Implementation frameworks applied: the status quo in child, youth and family services Download Abstract Download Presentation
 
     
 

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