Our implementation Research workshops that are tailored to the specific needs of healthcare workers, health managers and researchers aims to enhance the implementation research capacity through an appropriate mix of interactive lectures, group sessions and online discussion forums.
Malaysian Implementation Research Workshop
Collaborative partners: The Institute for Health Systems Research and University of Malaya
The Institute for Health Systems Research & University of Malaya Implementation Research Workshop introduces participants to implementation research methods and tools from diverse disciplines. It aimed to help participants to understand and overcome the challenges of implementation and to facilitate scale-up of programs. The workshop participants included researchers, health practitioners and policy makers. The program was delivered remotely over three days. Prof Brian Oldenburg and Dr Tilahun Haregu delivered the program. Small group sessions were supported by online discussions on Padlet and Whatsapp groups. As part of the program, participants developed six implementation research proposals. There will also be follow-up discussions to review progress in applying the knowledge from the workshop.
WHO Western Pacific Regional Office Implementation Research Workshop
Collaborative partners: World Health Organisation Western Pacific Regional Office
This Implementation Research Module aims to strengthen the capacity health policy makers and managers in implementation research in the Western Pacific Region. The program is designed to help health policy makers and managers address the practical issues in the implementation of health policies and programs in the region.
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