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4nov2:00 pm- 3:30 pmWorkshop: Harnessing the Power of Qualitative Research in Implementation Science
Adjunct Visiting Fellow Workshop
Adjunct Visiting Fellow Workshop
Dr Roman Kislov, Manchester Metropolitan University
Harnessing the Power of Qualitative Research in Implementation Science
This interactive small-group workshop aims to engage the audience in discussing the most common challenges involved in designing qualitative research in healthcare settings and publishing its results in highly-ranked journals. We will also explore how these challenges could be addressed. Particular attention will be paid to different approaches to increasing the rigour of qualitative data collection and analysis and advancing theoretical knowledge.
Date: Monday 4 November
Time: 2pm – 3:30pm
Venue: IHBI Seminar Room, Level 4 IHBI
There is no cost to attend this workshop
(Monday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
5nov12:00 pm- 1:00 pmAdjunct Visiting Fellow Seminar: Dr Roman KislovKnowledge brokers to get evidence into policy and practice: Escaping the
Knowledge brokers to get evidence
Knowledge brokers to get evidence into policy and practice: Escaping the ‘dark side’
Tuesday 5 November 2019
This talk will reflect on the rise of knowledge brokering as a strategy for translating scientific research into healthcare policy and practice. Drawing on a 10-year programme of research conducted in a large-scale collaborative research partnership, it will explore different dimensions and types of knowledge brokering, discussing implications for evaluating its effectiveness. Particular attention will be paid to the ‘dark side’ of knowledge brokering and strategies that could be used to address it.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
12nov12:30 pm- 4:30 pmAH-TRIP Showcase Event
Allied Health - Translating Research
Allied Health – Translating Research into Practice (AH-TRIP)
This fun, friendly state-wide competition champions research translation excellence across allied health. It is a fantastic event with lots of opportunity for learning and networking within and between allied health disciplines.
Save the date! This free half-day professional development activity will be held at the Translational Research Institute at the Princess Alexandra Hospital on Tuesday 12th November from 12:30 – 4:30 pm.
Videoconferencing will be available however we would highly recommend attending face to face.
For more information about AH-TRIP or to find out how you can support TRIP in your department, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Tuesday) 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Translational Research Insitute
18nov11:00 am- 12:00 pmVisitor Seminar: Minke Remmerswaal, "Do altruistic providers have better treatment outcomes?"
Minke Remmerswaal is a PhD
Minke Remmerswaal is a PhD candidate at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. She works financing of mental health care and cost-sharing in health care. She is also employed as a researcher at the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis (CPB) in The Hague.
Do altruistic providers have better treatment outcomes?
We study heterogeneity in provider altruism among self-employed mental health care providers in the Netherlands. Using a large administrative data set, we exploit the discontinuities in the compensation scheme to separate altruistically motivated providers from financially motivated providers. We find strong heterogeneity in provider altruism. Moreover, we find that more altruistically motivated providers treat mental health patients for shorter duration and report better treatment outcomes, as measured by the improvement in Global Assessment of Functioning. These results suggest that provider altruism is positively related to treatment outcomes.
(Monday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
QUT Kelvin Grove
26nov - 28nov 269:00 amnov 28Knowledge Translation Workshop: Implementing Evidence into Practice
This is a 3 day
This is a 3 day participatory course, with interactive group discussions and group activity. Led by an internationally renowned team of KT researchers, facilitators and practicing clinicians from QLD and South Australia, you will learn how to set up an implementation project, how to facilitate the process and how to evaluate its impact.
Registrations are now open
26 (Tuesday) 9:00 am - 28 (Thursday) 5:00 pm
17febAll DayCost-Effectiveness Analysis Short CourseDay 1: A beginner’s guide to cost-effectiveness analysis
What is cost-effectiveness analysis and why do we do it
How to measure costs
How to measure health benefits
Interpreting the results and a review of a published paper
All Day (Monday)
IHBI Seminar Room, Level 4, 60 Musk Avenue Kelvin Grove
18febAll DayCost-Effectiveness Analysis Short CourseDay 2: Building cost-effectiveness models
Choosing the data to include in models
All Day (Tuesday)
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