2017 GLOBAL IMPLEMENTATION CONFERENCE

Tuesday June 20th- Wednesday June 21st @ Toronto, Ontario, Canada

June 20th: Main Conference Day 1

Session dates, times, and other information subject to change

8:30-9:00AM
Opening Ceremonies
9:00-10:00AM
Morning Keynote, Grand Ballroom

Diane Finegood

Professor,
Simon Fraser University,
Department of Biomedical Physiology & Kinesiology
10:00-10:30AM
Morning Break
10:30AM-12:00PM
Morning Sessions

International Perspectives on Delivering Implementation Support - What Have We Learned in the USA, Ireland and Internationally?

Workshop (1.5 hours)

Building Infrastructure for Implementation at Scale: Tricky Questions for Design, Quality Assurance and Sustainability

Workshop (1.5 hours)

Assessing Implementation Readiness at the Organizational and Systems Levels: A Tale of Two Settings

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Unpacking the Black Box of External Implementation Support: Principles & Core Practice Components for Supporting System Change

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Using Implementation and Change Management Tools to Support System and Practice Improvements: Perspectives from an Intermediary Organization and Community-based Agencies

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Systemic Perspectives on Implementation of Innovation in the United Kingdom (2): The Learning for Evaluators

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Using Readiness as a Method to Facilitate Implementation of New Innovations

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Transitioning Evidence Based Programs from Research to Implementation

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

The Transformative Nature of the Spinal Cord Injury Knowledge Mobilization Network: An Exploration of Innovative and Systematic Approaches to Sustainable Implementation Across a Pan-Canadian Community of Practice

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Promoting Implementation: The Role of Funding Agencies

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Workforce/Professional Development for Implementation Capacity Building

Coaching Coaches: Building Capacity for Coaching at the System Level

Building Implementation Capacity Among Educators to Improve Outcomes Among All Learners: Perspectives from Purveyors Working with State and Local Educational Systems

Knowledge Broker Mentoring Program Builds Capacity for Evidence-informed Decision Making in Public Health

Targeting Supervisors to Create Child Welfare System Change: The R3 Implementation Strategy

Training in Implementation Science (IS) in the Service Learning Milieu

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Use of Tools and Frameworks in Applied Implementation Practice

Implementation Support Logic Model to Achieve System-wide Outcomes: The North Carolina Implementation Capacity for Triple P (NCIC-TP) Project

Including Implementation Stages in Economic Evaluations of Evidence-based Mental Health Interventions

Adopting New Practices to Support System Change: Applying Principles of Implementation Science to a Large-scale Change Initiative in Child and Youth Mental Health

Map it! Using Implementation Science to Find Potential Potholes in Pre-existing Programs

The Stop Now And Plan Implementation Tool (SNAPiT): A Data-driven Solution Supporting Rapid Expansion

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Systems, Partner, or Community Engagement

Developing a Culture of Community Engagement During a Family Planning (FP) Intervention

Barriers and Facilitators to Implementing Practice Change for Low Prevalence Populations: The Case of Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Stakeholder Engagement for Implementation at Scale of Choose to Move – a Physical Activity Intervention for Older Adults

Social Justice Meets Implementation Science: Using Best Evidence and Implementation Strategies to Promote Voter Registration and Turn Out

Multi-Level Stakeholder Engagement for Systems Design

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Implementation Research

A Randomised Controlled Trial of a Web-based Menu Planning, Systems Intervention to Improve Childcare Service Menu Adherence to Dietary Guidelines

The Psychometric Properties of a Theoretical Domain Framework Questionnaire Assessing the Implementation of Nutrition Guidelines in Center Based Childcare Services

Adoption of Obesity Prevention Policies and Practices by Australian Primary Schools

Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words? The Use of Images as a Tool of Implementation Science

Evaluating a National Literacy Reform: An Implementation Perspective

12:00-1:30PM
Lunch and Keynote

Conor Owens

Senior Psychologist, Irish Health Services Executive
Director, Midland Area Parenting Partnership
1:30-3:00PM
Afternoon Sessions

Coming Full Circle: Exploration to Outcomes in an Intermediary Setting

Workshop (1.5 hours)

Practicing Knowledge Translation: Planning for Program Implementation – Getting Buy-in, Assessing Context and Tailoring

Workshop (1.5 hours)

Using Implementation Teams to Build Capacity in Complex Systems: A Workshop for Practitioners

Workshop (1.5 hours)

Creating a Solid, Efficient Implementation Support System through Direct Relationships Across Co-creation Partners

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Using Formative Evaluation to Improve 4 Keys to Success (theory, implementation, evaluation, and support) in a Quality Improvement and Intercommunity Spread Initiative

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Building for Lasting Change: An Irish Case Study on Enabling Systems Change to Improve Population-level Infant Health and Wellbeing

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

From Pilot Project to Systems Integration: Case Studies of One Program in Three Countries

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Closing the Gap: From Research to Pilot to System Implementation in Record Time

Panel Presentation (1.5 hours)

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Measurement Systems and Rapid Results

Planning and Supporting Collaborative Implementation Initiatives: Using System Support Mapping to Coordinate Action

Informing Implementation through Rapid Feedback Evaluation

Measuring Quality of Implementation Over Time - Development of an Implementation Index for the Healthy Kids Community Challenge

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Systems, Partner, or Community Engagement

Community Engagement and Collaboration in the Implementation of a Statewide Child Welfare Initiative: Key Supports and Challenges

Families Foundation: Actively Supporting the Use of Implementation Science in LMIC

Participatory Approaches to Implementing Evidence-based Practice in Regulated Environments

Active Involved Community Partnerships for System Change: Assessing Readiness

Implementation Accelerators: Advancing Community-owned Initiatives Through Implementation

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Policy Considerations for Systems-Building

Systems-level Capacity Building: Findings on the Implementation of Interventions in Schools and Early Childhood Settings

Can We Increase the Capacity of Policy Agencies to Use Evidence from Research? Findings from Supporting Policy in Health with Evidence from Research: an Intervention Trial (SPIRIT)

Implementing Complex Social Policies in Scotland: Guidance from Policy Makers and Insights from Service Managers

Building Capacity for Evidence-informed Public Health with Online Learning Modules

Co-creating System Change through Meaningful Engagement

Brief Presentation Series

Series Topic: Implementation Research

Association of School Characteristics and Implementation in the X:IT Study - a School Randomized Smoking Prevention Program

De-implementation of Low Value Care, the Case of Blood Management Techniques in Primary Hip- and Knee Arthroplasty

What are the Optimal Conditions to Implement Peer-led Health Promotion Programs? A Systematic Review

Implementation to Prevent Chronic Diseases in Community Settings: The State of the Science

Effectiveness of a Clinical Practice Change Implementation Intervention in Increasing the Provision of Treatment for Smoking in Inpatient Psychiatric Facilities: an Interrupted Time Series Analysis

3:00-3:30PM
Afternoon Break
3:30-4:30PM
Afternoon Keynote

Annette Boaz

Professor,
Kingston University and St. George's University of London,
Centre for Health and Social Care Research
4:30-5:30PM
Evening Break
5:30-7:30PM
Poster Presentation Series

5:30-6:00PM

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6:00-6:30PM

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6:30-7:00PM

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