The Directory brings together a myriad of resources to support health implementation efforts.
For children, adults and communities to benefit from research discoveries and innovation, they must make their way into policy and practice. To support students, clinicians, researchers and others working to improve health and wellbeing, the Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH) has developed a new Implementation Science Resource Directory.
Implementation science – the study of how to promote the systematic uptake of research findings and other evidence-based practices into routine practice or care – helps to ensure that desired improvements in healthcare are realised.
The new Resource Directory, developed by the Centre for Community Child Health on behalf of the MACH Health Services Improvement and Implementation Committee, brings together a myriad of resources to support health implementation efforts into one central local.
In the directory you’ll find:
- planning tools and templates
- theories, models and frameworks
- step-by-step guides to implementation research and practice
- academic papers