Jul 22, 2021

July Newsletter 2021

CEI’s mission is to ensure the best evidence is implemented in policy and practice to improve the lives of vulnerable people. To this end, our July newsletter gives a snapshot of five key projects where we have had impact in the first half of 2021.

We are excited to contribute to this important sector and have recently shared perspectives in numerous forums. There are also opportunities to join our team if you too are inspired by creating impact using the best evidence. Read on for further details.

Keen to drive sector impact? Join our team!

Events and insights:

The Evidence and Implementation Summit 2021 may be over, but you can still listen to #EIS2021 thought leaders.

It is still possible to access to EIS2021 Summit content, available online at the Summit Portal until March 2022. If you didn’t register for EIS and therefore don’t have a Portal login, please email Event Manager Nikki Abercrombie for access rates and conditions.

You can also listen to podcasts recorded by the Mental Elf with three of the Summit keynotes:

CEI staff have been busy presenting ideas and engaging with the sector:

Executive Director Dr Robyn Mildon shared the latest developments in the methods and application of Implementation Science in practice (including types of measures and designs needed to reliably generate the kind of high-quality implementation research that pushes the field forward) as part of a series of webinars for the Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative (GESI).

Robyn also delivered the keynote at the Mental Health Victoria Symposium Preparing for reform: Co-production, culture change and leadership, addressing collaboration and leadership with key influencers brought together to discuss the implementation of the changes needed to progress mental health reform in Victoria.

Managing Director Mary Abdo delivered the keynote at a World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Community Awards Webinar on "Measuring Impact: Finding Innovative ways to assess programmatic evidence.”

Singapore Director Dr Cheryl Seah ran an online workshop in partnership with Singapore based NFP Alive Network on building strong relationships between siblings with different abilities.

UK & Europe Director Jane Lewis and CEI Associate Dr Bianca Albers shared what it’s like to work in an intermediary organisation in a webinar with Essential Implementation.