2018 Research Translation Program
PHAIWA is piloting a new knowledge translation project with health promotion and public health researchers and practitioners. The overall outcome of this project will be to upskill researchers and practitioners on how to add value to robust evidence so that it may be used in a variety of settings, policies and environments. This project will attempt to reduce the long time lag between the release of new evidence and the uptake into policy or regulation.
PHAIWA will compartmentalised the project into dissemination (Phase 1), linkage with policy makers (Phase 2) and translation phases (Phase 3). Completion of Phase 1 is a pre-requisite for selection into Phase 2 and 3.
Expressions of interest are now open for Phase 1 – see below.
EOI now open for PHAIWA’s exciting new research translation program launching in 2018
Are you an early-mid career public health researcher or practitioner? Do you want to see your research inform government and other agency decision making but not sure how to go about it? PHAIWA is launching a FREE online pilot program in 2018 which will offer the skills to researchers and practitioners to better equip them to translate research into policy in a highly politicised environment, where there are many competing demands.
If you want to be added to the mailing list for this exciting new program please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and include your contact details and area of research. Places will be limited.