The Evidence and Implementation Summit (EIS) 2023, a globally leading event, is calling for abstracts now until 4 June.
EIS 2023 – Implementing evidence for real world impact: How far have we come and where are we going?
Taking place online and in person in Melbourne (Australia), 9-11 October, EIS2023 brings together policymakers, researchers, implementation scientists, program evaluators, practitioners, academics and organisation leaders to share advances and debate how high-quality evidence, well implemented, can change lives for the better.
The EIS review panel is currently receiving abstracts for presentations, panels and lightning talks. Selected abstracts will have the opportunity to be published in an implementation science open-source journal.
Abstract submissions should consider our five Summit themes in the context of current global challenges, across any of the areas listed below, leveraging creative formats.
Child and Social Welfare | Mental Health | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives |
Education | Public Health | Disability Services | Health and Human Services | Crime and Justice |
Early Childhood Development and Services | International Development | Humanitarian Aid |
Environment and Climate Change |
A hybrid event, EIS 2023 will offer full online and in-person programs, regardless of a participant's location.
Further information and submission of abstracts is via the EIS website.
EIS registrations are also now open (early bird closing 3 September).
CEI is co-hosting EIS 2023 with Monash University and the National University of Singapore's Behavioural and Implementation Science Interventions (BISI).