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Implementation Science Conference - 3rd edition

Fri. 08. Feb 2019

How do you implement an intervention in all primary schools in a country successfully? What actions do you undertake to implement guidelines effectively? How do you ensure that a particular change leads to the desired result? It doesn´t matter in what kind of branch you work in or what kind of work you do we have to deal with the changes that come from implementation on a daily basis. Carefully studying the implementation, execution, monitoring and safeguarding of changes has been proven to be of a major influence on the
effectiveness of changes in policies. Anyone working in public administration knows that creating an effective intervention is not enough to achieve something in real life. The intervention should also be effectively implemented and that is often quite a task and not as straightforward as one would
think. It is helpful to learn from colleagues and implementation researchers about their experiences with regard to effective implementation. This is why the Dutch Implementation Collective (NIC), the Trimbos Institute for Mental Health and Addiction and the Amsterdam UMC will organise another
edition of the Implementation Conference on Friday 8 February 2019 in Utrecht. Call for workshops
We invite you to submit workshop proposals to be held during the 3rd Implementation Science
Conference on 8 February 2019. Please check the Conference website for more information. Target audience
Researchers and practicioners within the field of public policy, behavioural science, the
medical field and those specifically interested in implementation science. Fees and Registration
Registration is open, see the website below.
€ 135,- (standard)
€ 35,- (students & PHD students) Contact
For questions about registration please contact academie@trimbos.nl.
For questions about the Conference itself and its content, please contact implementationsymposium@vumc.nl. Location
The conference will be held at Zaalverhuur 7, located in a 19th century church in the centre
of Utrecht.
Zaalverhuur 7
3512 BT Utrecht
The Netherlands

EPA: The 27th European Congress of Psychiatry (EPA 2019)

Sat. 06. Apr 2019 - Tue. 09. Apr 2019

The European Psychiatric Association (EPA) was founded in 1983. With active individual members in as many as 88 countries and 40 National Society/Association Members who represent over 78000 European psychiatrists, the EPA is the main association representing psychiatry in Europe. Its mission is to improve psychiatry and mental health care in Europe. EPA members include leading experts in numerous fields. EPA's activities address the interests of psychiatrists in academia, research and practice throughout all stages of career development. Together, EPA members contribute to the life of the association and to the development of psychiatry in Europe. Each member has the possibility to actively contribute to ongoing projects and play a key role in shaping the future of the Association and its policies. EPA accomplishes its mission through the following activities Annual European Congress of Psychiatry European Psychiatry journal EPA Courses, Summer School, Faculty Workshop and other forms of training (EPA Academia for Excellence in European Psychiatry) Early Career Psychiatrists Committee and Programme Research Prizes and Scholarship Programme 21 Scientific Sections Cooperation with National Psychiatric Associations through EPA membership Guidance papers and position statements on related topics of interest Initiatives on improving ethical standards of psychiatric care and practice Collaborative activities in partnership with international organisations working in the field of psychiatry and mental health care. EPA Members benefit from a reduced registration fee at the Congress.

HIMSS Europe 2019

Tue. 11. Jun 2019 - Thu. 13. Jun 2019

HIMSS AND HEALTH 2.0 TAKE THE MOST INFLUENTIAL DIGITAL HEALTH CONFERENCE TO FINLAND   Following a successful collocated event in Sitges in May 2018, HIMSS and Health 2.0 continue to strengthen their ties and choose one of the most innovative countries worldwide to host the 2019 conference The HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference will be held on 11-13 June 2019 in Helsinki, the capital of Finland. The conference will bring the best of both worlds: HIMSS’ knowledge, expertise and thought leadership in healthcare digitisation and Health 2.0’s network of entrepreneurs and investors, showcasing the latest cutting edge and innovative health tech solutions. Over the course of the three days, the conference will focus on five overarching topics: Integrating health and social care Enabling homecare for healing and ageing in place Promoting a secure, ethical and actionable flow of data for prevention, population health management, personalized health and research Beyond the AI buzz: what can AI deliver today and are we really ready Opportunities and challenges of opening innovation The three-day event is supported and organised in conjunction with a number of Finnish organisations, including: The Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, SITRA (The Finnish Innovation Fund), Business Finland, The City of Helsinki, The University of Helsinki, The Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa (HUS), Oulu Health, Turku Science Park and Messukeskus Helsinki, Expo and Convention Centre.  The HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference will provide a unique opportunity to connect the players in the field of health and care. Networking and bringing like-minded professionals together is one of the main objectives of the conference.  The conference is expected to gather thousands of professionals in the healthcare sector and the digital health start-up ecosystem. The event will feature world-class speakers who will address the hottest topics in digital health today. The event will also be a platform which will offer guidance and a roadmap based on future trends, with the common goal of improving healthcare through information and technology together.

HTAi Annual Meeting

Sat. 15. Jun 2019 - Wed. 19. Jun 2019

HTA beyond 2020: Ready for the New Decade? One year ahead of the end of a number of prominent HTA strategies and projects, the course will (and has to) be set for future development of HTA worldwide in 2020 and beyond. Thus, the preliminary results will fuel the debate about the future of HTA. Besides many important strategies and projects dealing with HTA there are some prominent ones like, HTAi’s own strategy paper, accompanied by Horizon 2020, the main research program of the EU Commission, and the EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 project, the proposal of the EU-Commission for a regulation on HTA in Europe after 2020. Moreover, other key scientific programs like IC-Permed, the international consortium for personalized medicine, will be more important than ever. The discussion about subsequent strategies, projects, developments and changes as a result of these projects will be starting in 2019. Therefore, the HTAi Annual Meeting provides an ideal presentation and discussion platform for opportunities, emerging challenges and possible threats. Trends for harmonization and standardization are confronted by progressive digitalization, disruptive innovations, and the questioning of established evidence requirements. The European proposal for “HTA after 2020” might stand exemplarily for the important international strategic efforts to strengthen HTA for the new decade. Furthermore, globalization takes place and HTA becomes much more important for emerging markets. 2019 is the perfect time to tie this “varicolored bouquet” of important HTA developments together, looking into the future and asking: HTA beyond 2020: Ready for a New Decade?

Former events

Conference on Advancing Implementation and Quality Improvement

Fri. 04. May 2018

The Conference on Advancing Implementation and Quality Improvement Science for Children’s Health Care (APA QI) is held each year the day before the Pediatric Academic Societies’ (PAS) meeting. In 2018, the conference will focus on methodological and technical issues of major importance for those performing Implementation Science and Quality Improvement (QI) research related to pediatric health care. This conference aims to engage clinicians, physicians, hospitalists, nurses, nurse practitioners, epidemiologists, educators, public health practitioners, researchers, administrators, active pediatric investigators involved in implementation science and quality improvement research, and quality improvement professionals who are seeking to develop additional expertise in implementation science and quality improvement research methods to improve health care and outcomes for children – infants through adolescents. Sessions will include topics, such as: Interrupted Time Series Design Statistical Process Control – Introduction and Advanced Survey of QI Research Methods Bridging Classical Statistics and QI Research Assessing the Impact of System Interventions and Other Innovations on Disparities Mixed Methods Evaluation in Implementation Science and QI Research Fundamentals of QI Evaluation Context in Implementation Science and QI Research Getting Published Works in Progress Best Abstracts Abstract submissions will be accepted through January 15, 2018. Abstracts should pertain to implementation and QI research, and their roles in creating value and reducing disparities in pediatric care. Read more about the conference here.

HTAi Annual Meeting

Fri. 01. Jun 2018 - Tue. 05. Jun 2018

Strengthening the Evidence-to-Action Connection With terms such as “fake news”, “alternative facts”, and “post-truth” now in common parlance, it is more important than ever that researchers, policymakers, health care practitioners, technology developers, patients, and the public affirm their commitment to action based on evidence and collaborative approaches that will strengthen the evidence-to-action connection. The HTAi 2018 Annual meeting will provide an unparalleled opportunity to consider, debate and clarify the role of health technology assessment (HTA) in the health care ecosystem.   With three plenary sessions that all support the conference’s overarching theme of Strengthening the Evidence-to-Action Connection, the HTAi 2018 Annual Meeting will be a must-attend event for those in the global HTA community to consider and debate: how HTA needs to change its approach to generating, synthesizing and presenting evidence in order to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world; what is required to enable the implementation of evidence into evidence-informed policies and practices, and what can be done to strengthen and accelerate the evidence-to-action connection. As the leading global discussion platform for all stakeholders engaged in the efficient production and use of HTAs in decision-making, HTAi supports and promotes the development, communication, understanding and use of HTA around the world as a scientifically-based and interdisciplinary means of informing decision making on the use of effective technologies and the efficient use of resources in health care. HTAi welcomes all stakeholders – patients/consumers, health care providers, academic researchers, HTA agencies, payers, policy makers, industry – to join us.

DGPPN Congress 2018

Wed. 28. Nov 2018 - Sat. 01. Dec 2018

In the heart of science and patient care From anxiety disorders to obsessive-compulsive disorder: The top-class scientific and further education programme of the DGPPN Congress 2018 offers a comprehensive overview of current and future developments in the field of mental health – with practical insights for prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Thanks to its broad range of topics, renowned experts and excellent continuing education opportunities, the DGPPN Congress has established itself as a central forum for the field of psychiatry and psychotherapy. In just four days participants can obtain a comprehensive overview of current developments in psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychosomatics. The congress programme will cover all relevant mental illnesses and will put a lot of emphasis on biological and psychotherapeutic topics and topics of social psychiatry. At the same time, health political, societal and cultural issues will also be an important focus. National and international renowned keynote speakers will address fascinating topics in plenary presentations and lectures. Key topics of the congress The future of care: patient oriented, integrated and interconnected Science and research: new approaches in prevention, diagnostics and treatment Mentally ill refugees: culturally sensitive psychosocial interventions and therapies E-mental health: Chances and risks for patients Understand and support: new impulses in psychotherapy and the value of the relationship
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 733025.
This content reflects only the author's view and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

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