Promising interventions typically require continuous attention to local needs and strengths, to lessons learned, and to changing circumstances. They are deeply dependent on context.
Lisbeth B Schorr, 2003 Determining ‘what works’ in social programmes and social polices
Latest news in brief
From issue 13 of Implementation, Knowledge and News, our bulletin for members:
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UK Implemenation Week 2019 – The first ever UK Implementation Week was a resounding success, with well-attended UK-IS events, the King's Masterclass and the sold-out 2 Implementation Science Research Conference. Read feedback from the week in our latest issue and on our Blog.
Changes to the UK-IS Board - The Board is delighted to welcome Nick Sevdalis as scientific liaison. Nick has been a key figure in building the UK Implementation Science community and will be helping to keep the Society connected with the scientific community in the UK and overseas, and helping to ensure that the Society’s outputs reflect high standards of evidence.
Save the Date - UK-IS will be supporting The European Implementation Event 2020 (#EIE2020) which will take place on October 1st – 2nd 2020 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Pre-conference activities on September 30th 2020. At the EIE2020, Implementation – the translation, uptake and integration of research findings within the daily routines of human services – takes centre stage.
News in brief
Global Implementation Conference, Glasgow September 16-17 2019
The organisers have announced the line-up of knowledgeable and insightful discussants for a series of ‘State of the Field’ plenary panels sessions as a core part of the programme.
View them here : gic.globalimplementation.org/programme/plenary-panel-sessions/
Resources to support implementers
We will be producing and commissioning new gateway and research resources in our series of Implementation Resource Digests : suggestions for topics and contributors to author new digests are welcome and should also be sent to Andrew Walker.