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An Introduction to Implementation Science: new online module

Date: 03 October 2022
Location: Online

This new online module will be offered as a short course for health and social care practitioners, policymakers and researchers interested in learning more about implementation science.

What is implementation science?

Implementation science is the study of methods to support the application of evidence and research findings in health and social care policy and practice. It seeks to understand the behaviours and practice of health and social care professionals, managers and policymakers, together with patients, service users and carers. The aim is to address the gap between the knowledge that can optimise health and social care services and what is actually delivered.

Who is the module for?

This module is relevant for anyone interested in improving health and social care services, including researchers, service user researchers, and health and social care practitioners, who want to develop their understanding of implementation science. It focuses on the theoretical and scientific methodologies of implementation and how to apply these in practice.

To find out about the fees and how to apply, visit NIHR ARC South London's website.