Dec 13, 2019
December 2019 newsletter
A highlight of the 2020 CEI calendar is the Evidence and Implementation Summit to be held in Sydney October 21-22. Register online now (www.eisummit.org) to secure your place and to receive relevant updates as they become available. Call for abstracts will be opening shortly and further exciting announcements around additional keynote speakers aren’t far away either!
Enhance your understanding of implementation science; Practice using evidence-informed frameworks and tools
The Centre for Evidence and Implementation (CEI) and the Australian Institute of Family Services (AIFS) are running three-hour practical workshops about how to optimise implementation processes based on the Implementation Practice Guide authored by CEI and published by AIFS in June 2019. These professional development workshops will teach you to apply implementation tools and skills in your day to day practice, and to influence the use of evidence-informed implementation practice within your organisation. Don’t miss out!
The social and economic costs of homelessness are significant yet there remains limited evidence on what works for reducing homelessness, including for groups who are particularly vulnerable such as young people leaving care. CEI, with partners Monash University, the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) and Cultural and Indigenous Research Centre Australia (CIRCA) are undertaking three different evaluations of flagship homelessness projects funded by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice.
The Centre for Evidence and Implementation is thrilled to have Gayatri Kembhavi-Tam, PhD, join our team in Singapore as a Director. Gayatri has extensive experience across a number of sectors and in improving conditions for vulnerable communities.