Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from other students and recent graduates! This webinar will feature current students and recent graduates from Master of Public Health (MPH) programs in Canada who will share their experiences using evidence in their work.
Join us for an interactive session to learn about meaningfully engaging public partners in rapid reviews. We will present a spectrum of strategies to involve public partners and share lessons learned to optimize these opportunities. Public and patient partners will also present and share their perspectives and experiences.
When: 6th December, 9am to 6pm (UK time, BST)
We will invite contributors to the LTCcovid International Living Report to present on:
Lessons learnt from the experience in their country or region and on the reforms that are being considered to address ongoing challenges
Present research findings on COVID-19 and Long-Term Care
Cross-national studies on key topics such as workforce pressures, care home visits, vaccination policies in the long-term care sector, etc.
Details of the programme will be shared as we have them; for now, please email Adelina Comas-Herrera at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to present.
The workshop will be recorded and the video will be shared on LTCcovid.org.
At the end of this presentation the audience will be able to:
1. Describe challenges in developing and/or selecting and tailoring implementation strategies including how to use theory and evidence to inform implementation strategy selection.
2. Explain how Implementation Mapping can be used to develop and/or select and tailor implementation strategies.
3. Articulate how systematic processes for strategy selection and development can help explicate the mechanism through which strategies are expected to work.
Using an online fractional factorial screening experiment, we randomised recipients of feedback from five UK NCAs to different combinations of feedback modifications. Outcomes, assessed immediately after participants were exposed to the online modifications, included intention to enact audit standards, comprehension, user experience, and engagement. This design allowed us to explore single effects of feedback modifications, and synergistic and antagonistic effects across combinations of feedback modifications, audit programmes and recipient.
We will discuss some of these strategies including vascular risk factors management, nutrition, physical exercise, cognitive reserve and activities, via the lens of personalized medicine.
NOTE: Classes begin at 08:00 GMT which is 02:00 MT
The workshop will address the following topics:
How to establish programme and middle-range theories suitable for literature review;
How to guide decisions about the scope of data sources to be included;
How to read and code papers;
How to use data sources to construct context-mechanism-outcome configurations;
How to establish a rigorous, transparent and retroductive line of analysis;
How to conduct a rapid realist synthesis;
How to use realist synthesis for programme development;
How to convey findings from a realist synthesis.