UK Implementation Network

Activities & Events

 

 

 

 

 

Suggestions for activities that members would like the Network to consider should be sent to the activities subgroup. Click here to send a message to this group.

 

UK-IN official launch

UK-IN official launch reception at the Royal Society of Arts, October 23rd 2014. Members of the steering group, guests and speakers.

From left to right: Jane Lewis, Jonathan Sharples, Tom Jefford, Deborah Ghate (Chair), Matt Buttery, Melissa Van Dyke (guest speaker, Co-Director, the National Implementation Research Network, USA), Brigitte Squire, Annette Boaz, Meg Wiggins, Sharon Witherspoon (guest speaker, Director, The Nuffield Foundation)

Melissa Van Dyke addresses guests at the UK-IN launch

Sharon Witherspoon addresses guests at the launch

 

2015

As part of our ongoing Seminar series, we are pleased to announce Co-creation for effective implementation: an introduction (what is it, why is it important, and how to do it), a learning event from the UK Implementation Network. The Seminar will be held on Friday 22 May from 10.30-12.30 at the Institute of Education with Allison Metz Ph.D., Co-Director, the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN), University of North Carolina. To book your place, please email. Free to all members and suitable for those working in research, policy and service delivery or design. There are strictly limited places for this event. Non-members: £20. Click here to join UK-IN for free places at this and other events, and access to UK-IN knowledge resources. Bookings strictly by advance payment and non-refundable.

UK-IN’s activities sub group is planning activities for 2015 now. To send suggestions, email admin@uk-in.org.uk.

 

UK-IN launches its first learning activities

UK-IN’s first workshop on Active Implementation Frameworks; workshop leader Melissa Van Dyke, Co-Direction, NIRN

Un-missable opportunities for professionals at all levels to attend interactive learning events on implementation policy, practice and science

Between October 20th-25th, 2014 the Co-Director of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) at the University of North Carolina, Melissa Van Dyke, will visit the UK, hosted by UK-IN, in partnership with the Colebrooke Centre, CELSIS at the University of Strathclyde, and the Centre For Evidence-Based Intervention at the University of Oxford.

Melissa will be leading two workshops in London and an event in Scotland (details to follow).

Thursday, October 23rd 2014, London: by invitation. One day interactive workshop for senior leaders and professionals in policy, commissioning, or service leadership, on using Active Implementation Frameworks for service improvement. An opportunity to learn about the latest global thinking in solving implementation problems, and to table your specific local issues for discussion at this small, intimate workshop with one of the world’s leading experts on the application of implementation frameworks to real-world service provision issues. More information will be available in August. Some pre-workshop preparation will be required. Click here to send an email to register your advance interest in receiving a personal invitation to attend.

Friday, October 24th, 2014, London: Active Implementation Frameworks - an introduction. The NIRN Active Implementation Framework has been a game-changer in developing the practical application of implementation science around the world. Melissa will deliver her internationally-acclaimed interactive workshop at a day-long event in central London, aimed at those who are new to or wanting to learn more about how to apply implementation principles in practice and in research. “This preconference workshop alone was worth the cost of travelling to Washington DC for the Global Implementation Conference 2013!” (Workshop participant at the GIC 2013) Click here to see more information.

 

 

Informal seminars

From 2015, the UK Implementation Network will host a series of informal seminars on key issues in implementation, including service design, evidence-based practice, improving outcomes, and debates and new developments in implementation science. Click here to contact the activities subgroup if you have suggestions, for example themes or topics for seminars and discussions, or speakers.

As part of our ongoing Seminar series, we are pleased to announce Co-creation for effective implementation: an introduction (what is it, why is it important, and how to do it), a learning event from the UK Implementation Network. The Seminar will be held on Friday 22 May from 10.30-12.30 at the Institute of Education with Allison Metz Ph.D., Co-Director, the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN), University of North Carolina. To book your place, please email. Free to all members and suitable for those working in research, policy and service delivery or design. There are strictly limited places for this event. Non-members: £20. Click here to join UK-IN for free places at this and other events, and access to UK-IN knowledge resources. Bookings strictly by advance payment and non-refundable.