13.00 - 14.30 hrs
Please note that the program might be updated prior to the Spring Meeting 2021.
The Why and How of Implementation (Research)
This year’s plenary session of the APH Spring Meeting will be hosted by the Societal Participation & Health program. Program leaders Professor Allard van der Beek and Dr Angela de Boer will open the session. The chair of the day is Dr Paul Kuijer.
The theme of the Spring Meeting is ‘Implementation’ and we will have two outstanding keynote speakers who are experts on this topic. Professor Michel Wensing from Heidelberg University, Germany will speak about the Why of Implementation. Dr Femke van Nassau from Amsterdam UMC will speak about the How of Implementation. After the keynote presentations we will continue with an interactive reflection with practice partners on the two presentations, in order to bridge the gap between research and practice. At the end of the plenary session three junior researchers will pitch about tackling their implementation problem and will compete for the APH Implementation Award 2020. They will present which stakeholders were involved, how they tackled or will tackle the problem, and whether this has worked or not.
Professor Michel Wensing
The Why of Implementation (Research)?
Michel Wensing is professor of health services research and implementation science at Heidelberg University, Germany. He is based in Heidelberg University Hospital, deputy head of the Department of General Practice and Health Services Research, and head of a Master of Science program. He is fellow at the Centre of Advanced Study at Heidelberg University, has an affiliation with Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, Netherlands, and is the Editor-in-Chief position of the journal Implementation Science. After graduation in social science, he focused on health services research within the medical sciences. This resulted in about 500 scientific publications and close to 50 completed PhD theses. His work aims to enhance the development of primary care and implementation science in healthcare.
Dr Femke van Nassau
The How of Implementation (Research)? Successes and pitfalls of Implementation, Process evaluation, Scaling up and Translating Research into Practice
Femke van Nassau is senior researcher at the Department of Public and Occupational Health, Amsterdam UMC. Her research has focused of the development, implementation, evaluation and scale up of health promotion interventions in different settings, such as schools, at work, in football clubs, and in the hospital. She has a strong interest in Implementation Science, and initiated and organises the Dutch and European Implementation Science conference.
APH Implementation Award 2020 competition
This year the Amsterdam Public Health (APH) Societal Participation & Health program will have an award available for a junior or postdoc researcher who has done excellent work on implementation of his/her research findings.
The three best proposals will present an elevator pitch of three minutes at the plenary session of the APH Spring Meeting. As a preparation they will receive a professional one-day training in inspirational pitching. The winner of the award will be announced afterwards and will be based on the opinion of an expert panel as well as the audience of the plenary session.
The APH Implementation Award 2020 comes with 1,000 Euros to support their academic career, such as a travel to an (international) meeting (e.g., conference, workshop), contribution to a visit to research groups abroad, or taking a course.
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