*By invitation only
Understanding and undertaking research towards enhancing the implementation and scale up of interventions in communities
Implementation research is designed to explore and develop robust processes to optimize the uptake of interventions and provide lessons for scaling up and embedding interventions for target populations. This workshop provides an opportunity to deconstruct the challenges of implementation research.
On completion of the 4-day program, we hope that you will be able to:
About the course
The program builds on a massive open online course (MOOC), development by WHO TDR and launched in late 2017. It serves as an introduction to fundamental terms, concepts, and principles of IR and their application. It explains the basic components of implementation research frameworks, as well as key constraints to implementation. Additionally, the course provides knowledge on common methods and conduct of IR, ethics and quality assurance in IR as well as skills for community engagement and stakeholder analysis. It also explores key research communication skills required for disseminating implementation research findings and scale up of intervention.
The course covers five modules:
Who should apply?
We seek applicants who have an interest in health research and governance, coming from academia and government background. We welcome applicants from research, policy-making, public health (including non-communicable diseases), environmental health, engineering in health and other related domains. Individuals who have experience with multiple organisations, sectors and/or disciplines, and who regularly interact across these domains are especially encouraged to apply.
Pejabat Kesihatan Daerah Putrajaya (Putrajaya Health Office)
Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya
Please direct any enquiries to Ms Patricia Elisha Jonoi