Applications now open for MSFHR’s first Implementation Science Team competition

February 16, 2018
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Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research

New for 2018, the Implementation Science Team (IST) Program will support teams of BC researchers, research users and senior decision-makers studying what interventions work within the health system and why, and how these interventions can be implemented, adapted to other settings, or scaled-up across regions.

Created in consultation with researchers, health system decision-makers, and national and international experts in implementation science, the IST Program is designed to support the implementation and adoption of evidence-based, implementation-ready interventions to improve the quality and effectiveness of population health, health services and care. Letters of intent are due April 16, 2018.

For those interested in implementation science, or applying for an IST award, MSFHR is holding an Introduction to implementation science webinar on February 22 at 11am PT.