May 2021 newsletter
Centre for Evidence and Implementation, along with co-hosts Monash University, held our bi-annual Evidence and Implementation Summit on March 30 and 31. The Summit is one of the leading sector events on the global calendar, among only a handful of gatherings that focus on evidence synthesis, evidence translation, evaluation and implementation science. More than 750 participants from 30 countries joined in, and both the online EIS Portal and the conversation on Twitter at #EIS2021 enabled this global network to connect in real time.
This year’s focus – ‘Bringing together evidence, implementation, policy, and politics: Towards a better future for all’ – came to life through 10 keynotes featuring leading voices, alongside numerous panels, discussion groups and workshops.
In this month’s newsletter, we explore memorable Summit moments through the lens of its five sub-themes. A selection of content-rich Twitter threads is linked below and registrants can access all of the cited sessions through the online EIS Portal. (For details on how to access EIS content, see the closing paragraphs of this newsletter).
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