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Unit of Study HLTH5010 Evidence Translation and Implementation in Health Care (2024)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

explain the evidence-based practice paradigm and the role of translational science in contemporary health care and health policy

apply concepts of implementation science within a healthcare context and evidence-based decision making, including the implementation and de-implementation of health care practices

critically examine the methods for evaluating the processes and outcomes of evidence translation and implementation, including changes in practice and policy

analyse the mechanisms for delivering sustainable change in health care and health policy

Teaching and assessment

Teaching method
Workshop 1 hour (6 weeks)
Tutorial 1 hour (6 weeks)
Tutorial 1 hour (6 weeks)
Discussion board10%
Reflective writing35%
Case study55%

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