24 August 2018
Leading health care by Developing, Implementing and Evaluating Innovations in Service Delivery
In this course, participants will be introduced to the full cycle of developing, implementing and evaluating innovations in service delivery, using an implementation science framework.
Participants will learn the skills required to develop a research proposal on service delivery innovations that coud lead to results that will have the potential for implementation in routine care and can be adopted to a given context.
Participants will benefit from understanding how to choose an appropriate implementation framework, will understand hybrid designs types, assessment of intervention fidelity, and tailoring interventions to the local context.
Hayden B. Bosworth, PhD (Professor of Population Health Sciences, Medicine, Psychiatry, and Nursing, Duke University Medical Center | Associate Chair of Education for the Department of Population Health Sciences | Associate Director of the Center for Heal
Doctoral students, faculty members and researchers from all health care disciplines
By the end of this course participants will be able
• To appreciate key steps in the development of a research proposal on innovations in service delivery
• To select a implementation framework for innovations in service delivery in line with the research question
• To apply appropriate design components for hybrid designs for innovations in service delivery
• To choose implementation and outcomes measures
• To justify coherent research proposals on innovations in service delivery
• To evaluate research proposals in an implementation science framework
The 5-day course is assigned a credit value of 2 ECTS. A certificate of attendance will be issued to any registered student who has regularly attended lectures and seminars. A minimum of 80 % attendance is required in order to obtain such certificate and/or ECTS.
CHF 1400: Regular fee
CHF 900: external PhD Students: CHF 900 | INS & IUFRS-Alumnae: CHF 900
To qualify for the PhD fee, applicants are required to include a letter from their supervisor stating their actual position as a doctoral or postdoctoral student.