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Webinar: How do we improve the uptake of research evidence in healthcare?

Using realist evaluation of research translation programs to understand how to improve the uptake of research evidence into practice.

Wednesday, 27 July 2022

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM AEST

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-do-we-improve-the-uptake-of-research-evidence-in-healthcare-tickets-348494455297

Health system sustainability centres around the ability of our health system to address the health needs of our population both now, and in the future. A critical part of health system sustainability is the utilisation and translation of research: an ongoing challenge that faces clinicians, policy makers, researchers, and funding bodies.

Research translation therefore requires novel strategies that can be applied to improve the implementation of research findings into best practice. One such strategy is the Research Translation Project (RTP) program, which is funded by the Western Australian Department and Health. The program aims to improve healthcare practice through funding short-term research projects that focus on translating research outcomes into healthcare policy.

In this webinar, Associate Professor Delia Hendrie and Ms Abby Mosedale will discuss their evaluation of the RTP program using a realist evaluation framework.

Our speakers:

Associate Professor Delia Hendrie

 

Associate Professor Hendrie is a health economist and teaching/research academic in the School of Population Health at Curtin University. She participates in both research-driven and demand-driven research across several program areas relating to the economics of health service organisation and service delivery and the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of healthcare interventions. She has authored and co-authored multiple peer-reviewed scientific papers and presented works at many national and international conferences, and her contributions have earned recognition from subject experts around the world.

 

Ms Abby Mosedale

 

Abby Mosedale holds a teaching focused position at Curtin university in the School of Population Health. She holds a master’s degree in health administration from Curtin University as well as a Bachelor of Nursing, with experience in critical care. Abby is a PhD candidate with a special interest in the complexity of health system sustainability, research translation and realist evaluation.

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