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Five goals of the Implementation research strategy

The aim of this research strategy is to improve health outcomes by investigating the most effective and efficient pathway of knowledge from research result to sustained change in clinical practice and policy.

IMPLEMENT Research Strategy

The five goals of the Implementation research plan reflect the steps along a knowledge and action trajectory.

Goal I. Identification, synthesis and translation: To develop and test methods for development of clinical practice guidelines aiming to increase the efficiency of guideline development and the likelihood of effective and efficient implementation.

Goal II. Presentation and dissemination: To develop and test methods of presenting and disseminating research findings to meet the needs of end users.

Goal III. Access: To develop and test methods of facilitating access to appropriate information by those making decisions about health care (clinicians, consumers and policy makers).

Goal IV. Utilisation and implementation: To develop and test strategies to enable research utilisation and bring about sustained change in clinical behaviour or policy in line with knowledge generated from research.

Goal V. Capacity for research: To further build a team and infrastructure platform to enable the successful execution of this research agenda and ensure sustainability as an internationally recognised centre for implementation science.


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