The Evidence and Implementation Summit 2021 is an evolution of the Australasian Implementation Conference and the Global Evidence and Implementation Summit that was held in 2018. EIS 2021 will mark 11 years since the creation of the event series; it continues to be one of the leading evidence and implementation events on the global calendar. Additionally, it will be the first year that the Summit goes global, as it will move to a hybrid (virtual and in-person) program. This will enable the Summit to host presentations from a wide network of global contributors who may otherwise have been unable to attend.
If you are a policy maker, practitioner, organisational leader, researcher, implementation scientist or a funder, EIS 2021 is for you. Our focus is on the intersection of research, policy and practice. Share advances in the fields of evaluation, evidence synthesis and translation and implementation science and debate their impact on policies and programs to change the lives of people and communities for the better.
Key theme: Bringing together evidence, implementation, policy, and politics: Towards a better future for all
Improving outcomes across communities is best achieved through the use of high-quality evidence that is implemented well. In order to achieve this, systems, policy and political environments need to be hospitable to evidence informed approaches and what it takes to achieve effective and sustainable implementation in the real world. At EIS 2021, we will explore the intersections of evidence, implementation science, policy and politics and how we can bring these sectors together to realise a better future for all.
You are encouraged to submit an abstract. Abstract submission close 6 October 2020. For more information click here. When submitting an abstract, you will be asked to indicate if you will be a Likely online or Likely in person presenter. Most online presentations, including panels, will be pre-recorded (others may be broadcast live). If your abstract is accepted, you will have an option to change your preferred mode of delivery. Those who have opted for online presentation will also have the option to pre-record their sessions and, if their circumstances change, to attend the Summit in person.
Early bird registration closes 8 December 2020. For more information about the Conference, click here.