Symposium Innovating healthcare: an implementation science perspective


Symposium Innovating healthcare: a n implementation science perspective
19 January 2017

A growing community of researchers and health care professionals recognize the importance of effective implementation and implementation science. Health benefits through effective interventions and quality standards can after all only be achieved when they are implemented in an effective manner.
But how has this to be done and what is known in science about effective implementation? Implementation Science is the key topic during this symposium. Implementation theories are discussed, as well as success stories of effective implementation.

Target audience
Researchers, policy makers and other professionals within the field of public, behavioural, mental, and medical health interested in implementation science.

Registration and more information
Registration: Registrationform
Tickets: € 75,- (standard) I € 25,- (students & PhD students)

VUmc Amsterdam | Amstelzaal | De Boelelaan 1117 Amsterdam

10.00 – 10.15   Opening by chair
Prof. dr. Heleen Riper, Professor eMental health and Clinical psychology, VU Amsterdam
10.15 – 11.00   Keynote I: The RE-AIM framework
Prof. dr. Marcia Ory, School of Public Health Texas A&M, USA
11.00 – 11.30   Break
11.30 – 12.30   Successive talks
1. Implementation 2.0 - where to next?
Bianca Albers, Senior Advisor, Evidence in Practice and Policy at Centre for Evidence and Implementation
2. Implementing Telecare - a surprising journey
Prof. dr. ir. Hans Wortmann, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen | Eveline Hage, PhD, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen
3. Towards regional oncology networks: implementation lessons
Gera Welker, PhD, Implementation Consultant and Coordinator of the UMCG center of expertise on 
Quality and Safety, University Medical Center Groningen
12.30 – 13.45   Lunch + ‘Meet the experts’
13.45 – 14.00   European Implementation Collaborative
Bianca Albers, Senior Advisor, EIC Board
14.00 – 14.45   Keynote II: The Normalisation Process Theory
Prof. dr. Carl May, professor of Healthcare Innovation, University of Southampton
14.45 – 15.00   Break
15.00 – 16.15   Workshops
1. Measuring implementation and normalisation in The Netherlands: validation and application of the Normalisation Process Theorybased NoMAD instrument
Christiaan Vis, MA & Jeroen Ruwaard, PhD, Clinical, Neuro-, & Developmental Psychology, VU Amsterdam | Tracy Finch, PhD, Institute of Health & Society, Newcastle University, UK
2. Do’s and Don’ts for conducting a robust process evaluation
Femke van Nassau, PhD, Department of Public and Occupational Health, VU University Medical Center and EMGO+ Institute for Health and Care Research | Prof. dr. Marcia Ory, Department of Health Promotion and Community Health Sciences, School of Public Health Texas A&M 
3. Dual roles in research: independence of research within a Dutch database of effective youth interventions (Workshop in Dutch)
Ferry Goossens, MSc, Researcher at the Trimbos Institute | Machteld Zwikker, Projectleader he Dutch database of effective youth iterventions, Netherlands Youth Institute
4. Implementing evidence-informed interventions: fidelity & adaptability
Margot Fleuren, PhD, TNO | Femke Hoekstra, MSc, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG)
5. eHealth in routine mental health care: lessons learnt and future challenges
Mayke Mol, MSc & Els Dozeman, PhD & Anneke van Schaik, MD, PhD, Department of Research & Innovation, GGZ inGeest | Lisa Kooistra, MSc, Department of Clinical, Neuro-, & Developmental Psychology, VU Amsterdam
16.15 – 16.30   Plenary closure and wrap up
16:30                 Drinks

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VU/VUmc Amsterdam, EMGO+, UMCG, Nederlands Implementatie Collectief
VUmc Amsterdam, Amstelzaal, De Boelelaan 1117

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