Sustainability is the process of managing and supporting the evolution of an intervention within a changing context
David A Chambers and colleagues, 2013 The Dynamic Sustainability Framework:
addressing the paradox of sustainment amid ongoing change
You are warmly invited to attend the Launch Event for the new interdisciplinary Centre for Healthcare Innovation Research (CHIR), based in Cass Business School & School of Health Sciences, City, University of London. The focus of the centre's work is on the challenges of spreading and sustaining innovations in healthcare.
The event will set out CHIR's approach to these challenges, together with the valuable insights provided by distinguished speakers, drawn from research and practitioner communities in UK healthcare - Professor Trish Greenhalgh (University of Oxford) and Professor Marcel Levi (CEO, University College London Hospital).
When: 5.30pm - 8.30pm Wednesday 30th October 2019
Where: Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre, Tait Building, City, University of London, 10 Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB
Free to attend but places must be booked in advance.
CHIR (Centre for Healthcare Innovation Research) Launch Event: Embedding Innovation in Healthcare
European Implementation Collaborative
European Implementation Event - Rotterdam 2020
Crossing Borders – Overcoming Boundaries: Implementation for a new decade
The European Implementation Event 2020 (#EIE2020) will take place on October 1st and 2nd, 2020 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Pre-conference activities will occur on September 30th, 2020.
What is the EIE2020?
At the EIE2020, Implementation – the translation, uptake and integration of research findings within the daily routines of human services – takes centre stage.
As an attendee, you will learn about latest, cutting-edge implementation science and practice; participate in inspiring and surprising discussions with international colleagues; expand your professional network; and be inspired by the diversity of this exciting discipline.
Who is it for?
The EIE2020 brings together individuals and organisations engaged in synthesising, translating, adopting and implementing evidence in human service practice and policy.
You may work in health, social welfare, education or other human service sectors; you may be a psychologist, social worker, occupational therapist, nurse, sociologist, economist or have a totally different educational background; researchers as well as practitioners, funders, organisational leaders, intermediaries and other roles are welcome at the event – as are those who are new to the field and those with extensive knowledge and experience.