Centre of Evidence & Implementation
1st Biennial Australian Implementation Conference | Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre  |  25 & 26 October 2012

Poster Presentations

Posters will be on display for the duration of the conference in the conference foyer.

Poster authors will present a 2-minute overview of their work during the poster session
(From Wednesday 5 October 16:50 to 17:30), which proceeds the Welcome Reception.

Authors: A portrait board which holds a poster up to A00 (1189w x 1682h mm) in size will be provided.

ID Presenter/s Organisation Presentation title PDF Download
11 Jade Hart School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne Insights into evidence use by Clinical Networks as health system stewards Download Poster
21 Meghan Finch Hunter New England Population Health Effectiveness of childcare physical activity interventions: Systematic review  Download Poster
25 Elizabeth McInnes Australian Catholic University, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine How can models of implementation inform de-implementation? Download Poster
27 Kathleen Conte University of Sydney Volunteer leader recruitment, retention and training: predictors and enablers   Download Poster
29 Rajna Ogrin Royal District Nursing Service Cognitive and emotional triggers of behavioural change and successful implementation  Download Poster
30 Dr Lyn O'Grady Australian Psychological Society KidsMatter as a driver of effective implementation for children's mental health in education Download Poster
42 Belinda Goodenough Dementia Training Study Centre, University of Wollongong, NSW Changing Dementia Care Practice via Appreciative Inquiry: What's The Evidence? Download Poster
44 Nicole Nathan Hunter New England Population Health Application of the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) to school-based interventions Download Poster
49 Daniel F Perkins Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness at Penn State University An Evidence-Based Approach: The Development of a Parent Education and Health Promotion Program Utilizing a Common Components Analysis  Download Poster
50 Rebecca Wyse The University of Newcastle Online school canteens: System-wide innovation for public health nutrition? Download Poster
51 Pauline Dixon Wanslea Improving outcomes for vulnerable families: the implementation of Wanslea's Practice Framework Download Poster
53 Dr Tari Turner Living Systematic Review: an approach to bridge the research-practice gap Living Systematic Review: an approach to bridge the research-practice gap Download Poster
61 Michelle Allen Queensland University of Technology Implementing a national infection prevention trial with iPARIHS Download Poster
78 Rebecca Armstrong University of Melbourne Application of a KT planning approach to global project planning Download Poster
83 Dr Shandell Elmer University of Tasmania People, responsiveness and relatability: keys to implementation success Download Poster
107 Cathy Bent; Catherine Wade & Dr Robyn Mildon Parenting Research Centre; Centre for Evidence and Implementation Measuring Organisational Support for evidence-based practice (EBP) Download Poster
111 Kirsty Seward Hunter New England Population Health Psychometric properties of a Theoretical Domains Framework Survey Download Poster
119 Elena Navarro Indiana University Who is Influential? The Role of Social Networks in the Implementation of Measurement-Based Care for Depression Download Poster
120 Natasha Pearce Edith Cowan University Evaluation of WA Healthy Schools Project: implementation fidelity and maintenance  Download Poster
127 Catherine Chamberlain University of Melbourne Paths to improving care of Aboriginal Australian and Torres Strait Islander women following gestational diabetes Download Poster
129 Dr Sara Bayes School of Nursing and Midwifery, Edith Cowan University Midwifery Change Leaders' Experiences of Implementing Practice Innovation Download Poster

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