Speaker: Prof. Per Nilsen, Professor in community medicine, Linköping University, Sweden (more info)
Date: October 2022
Time: 7 – 9 pm (Hong Kong Time); 1 – 3 pm (Swedish Time)
Venue: Room 425, 4/F, School of Public Health Building, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin
Target: Members of JC School of Public Health and Primary Care and the Faculty of Medicine, CUHK ONLY
This is a reading course in implementation science. The aim is to introduce the participants to the fundamentals of research in implementation science. The seminars address important concepts and principles of implementation science. The course consists of five seminars where key papers in the field are discussed. Participants read the papers ahead of the seminars and reflect on a number of questions and discussion points the course leader has prepared for each seminar.
About Prof. Per Nilsen
Prof. Per Nilsen is a professor in implementation research at Linköping University, Sweden. He was responsible for building a research program on implementation science at Linköping University, which has attracted national and international interest. As part of this program, Prof. Nilsen developed Master and doctoral-level implementation courses, which have run annually since 2011. The PhD course is international and attracts students from all over the world.
Prof. Nilsen leads several projects on implementation of evidence-based practices and policies in various settings. His research also covers issues such as workplace learning, change responses, leadership and professional culture in healthcare. He takes particular interest in issues concerning behaviour and practice change and the use of theories, models and frameworks for improved understanding and explanation of implementation challenges.
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