June 13th-14th in Bilbao
Implementation Mapping Workshop
Implementation Mapping is based on Intervention Mapping (a six-step protocol that guides the design of multi-level health promotion interventions and implementation strategies) and expands on Intervention Mapping step 5. It includes insights from both the implementation science field and Intervention Mapping.
Implementation Mapping involves five tasks: (1) conduct an implementation needs assessment and identify program adopters and implementers; (2) state adoption and implementation outcomes and performance objectives, identify determinants, and create matrices of change objectives; (3) choose theoretical methods (mechanisms of change) and select or design implementation strategies; (4) produce implementation protocols and materials; and (5) evaluate implementation outcomes. The tasks are iterative with the planner circling back to previous steps throughout this process to ensure all adopters and implementers, outcomes, determinants, and objectives are addressed.
Who is giving it?
Lorne Bain Distinguished Professor of Public Health and Medicine
Professor, Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences
Director, Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research
School of Public Health
Co-Director UTHealth Institute for Implementation Science
Who is it for?
The Implementation Mapping Workshop is aimed at managers and researchers in national and international healthcare services. Individuals or organisations dedicated to or interested in translating, adopting and implementing evidence into clinical practice and health service policies.
Accredited by "Consejo Vasco de Formación Continuada de Profesiones Sanitarias" with 1 credit
Funding: Network for Research on Chronicity, Primary Care, and Health Promotion (RICAPPS) received a research grant from the Carlos III Institute of Health, Ministry of Science and Innovation (Spain), awarded on the call for the creation of Health Outcomes-Oriented Cooperative Research Networks (RICORS), with reference RD21/0016/0003, co-funded with European Union – NextGenerationEU funds, which finance the actions of The Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).
This activity is funded from the Instituto de Salud Carlos III (ISCIII), Spain, with reference RD21/0016/0003, co-funded with European Union – NextGenerationEU funds, which finances the actions of The Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).