Implementation Science Masterclass Seminar – London, UK

Jan 19,2019 | Consortium staff Training Opportunities

Date(s): July 16-17, 2019
Location: London, UK

The next Implementation Science Masterclass will be held on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 July 2019. Now in its sixth year, the Masterclass is a two-day course for health and social care professionals, researchers, patients and service users, policymakers, commissioners and managers who want to ensure health and social care services offer care based on the latest evidence.

The Masterclass features lectures from world-renowned experts, small group workshops facilitated by leading researchers, and advice on how to work on your own implementation projects. If you are involved in an implementation project within health or social care services, or planning to carry out or evaluate one, then this Masterclass will be of interest.

To see what the event is like, watch a short film about the 2018 Masterclass featuring delegates, including a nurse and a programme manager from Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, an implementation manager from the NSPCC and a researcher from Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation in Australia. You can also read this summary of the 2018 event.

In 2019, they will also hold their second international implementation science research conference on Thursday 18 July. The only conference dedicated to implementation science in the UK, it will showcase the latest research in field, with lectures, parallel sessions and research posters.

Both events are organised by NIHR CLAHRC South London. The Masterclass will be held at King’s College London’s Guy’s campus. The conference will be held at King’s College London’s Denmark Hill campus.

Further information on the programme, fees, and how to register for the Masterclass and research conference will follow early in 2019. Please email clahrcshortcourses@kcl.ac.uk to register your interest for both events. You can also download the 2019 Masterclass flyer.