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    Choosing Measures for Implementation Research

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    In planning implementation research you may want to get the research design right and consider which implementation processes or outcomes you want to measure. The principles for choosing measures are similar to choosing clinical outcomes for any clinical research but there are some specific repositories and frameworks you may want to use. This seminar will quickly go over how to evaluate the quality of measurement tools and give some examples of what to look for when choosing measures for implementation research and where to find them.

    Professor Andrew Baillie is a clinical psychologist and Professor of Allied Health with Sydney Local Health District. He works with Allied Health Research and Education for Translation and Innovation within SLHD to build Allied Health Research Capacity.

    Professor Baillie collaborates with the Matilda Centre for Research in Substance use and Mental Health, the Edith Collins Centre (Translational Research in Alcohol Drugs and Toxicology, and the Sydney Institute of Women Children and their Families. I also work with Drug Health Services at RPA and the Psychology Team at RPA Virtual.

    The Implementation Science Academy is presenting webinars each month throughout 2024. The Implementation Science webinar series aims to support researchers, clinicians and consumers to develop an understanding of how to weave implementation science into your research. Each webinar will focus on a topic relevant to implementation science and include a practical case study from an academic, consumer or clinician researcher.

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