Sustaining health and public services in an uncertain future: what role for implementation science?
CEI is proud to be a partner in the sixth annual UK and Ireland Implementation Science Research Conference in 2023.
The conference will bring together scientists, researchers, policymakers, clinicians, practitioners, service users and the public from around the world.
Together, we will discuss how implementation science can help to sustain and develop health and public services, against a background of social, geopolitical, technological and environmental change.
Abstracts close 16 May: submit HERE
NIHR ARC South London is co-hosting this annual implementation science research conference as a hybrid event with the University of Limerick. Participants will be able to join the conference either online or in person at the University of Limerick in Ireland.
Confirmed plenary speakers:
Founder Director of the Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) for NHS England and Public Health England
Honorary Professor and Associate at the Medical and Health School at the University of Exeter
David's research seeks to understand the role of health professionals and health systems in ensuring a safe, equitable and prosperous planet for all.
Professor of Social Work Research, Washington University (USA)
Enola’s research is motivated by the question: how do we ensure that people receive the very best possible care? She has studied this question in a variety of social work, public health, and health care settings, ranging from hospitals to community agencies.
Professor of the Practice of Behavioural and Social Science at Brown School of Public Health, Brown University (USA)
Malabika is a public health doctor, mixed-method specialist and implementation researcher. Her recent efforts have been concentrated on sustaining community health interventions in the global south and diversifying implementation science.