Overview

Thank you for applying for this training event. Please read before beginning your application. You will need to complete this application in one session. Should you exit the application, you will need to begin afresh. Please note that the abstract information is collected in questions 20-25.

You will be asked to provide the following information during this process:
  1. Your personal details
  2. A structured project abstract (NOT EXCEEDING 2 PAGES) of an implementation science project you are working on/would like to work on in future, detailing:
    • Project title and institution/organisation
    • The implementation problem or gap that your project is seeking to address (eg. limited access to guideline recommended treatments)
    • The size of the problem or issue in your country or other similar countries (based on literature, your past research or information from experts)
    • Whether or not you have undertaken a problem analysis to identify the barriers and enablers to address your identified evidence-implementation gap. If so, what were the findings (briefly)? (eg. out of pocket costs for medicines are high)
    • Implementation strategies being considered to overcome the problem (e.g. pilot study of a low cost combination pill)
    • Research methods you did/will you use to evaluate these strategies (eg. pilot RCT, formative qualitative study)
  3. Upload a copy of your curriculum vitae (CV) - this should not exceed 2 pages
  4. Upload a 1-page letter of support from your mentor or supervisor describing your suitability for this school and how the skills you acquire will be applied after this training
  5. Upload a picture of yourself for inclusion in the meeting handbook

Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD),  Health Systems Research Institute (HSRI) and Mahidol University (MU) will hold a 5-day implementation science school in Bangkok, Thailand from 5-9 November 2019.

This 5-day training school will be facilitated by some of the field’s most prominent global experts and aims to train early- and mid-career researchers about:
  • The field of dissemination and implementation science.
  • How to study and implement research findings into policy and practice.
  • How to use of theoretical models, research designs and measurement.
  • How to collaborate and network globally.

Sixty participants from Thailand, other South East Asian countries and internationally will be selected for the training school.  Eligible participants will include early- and mid-career researchers who have:
  • Completed and/or are undertaking postgraduate coursework/research studies related to one of the health sciences or public health (or another relevant field).
  • Recently graduated PhDs in a field relevant to implementation science.
  • Other relevant graduates with up to 5 years of relevant research experience. 

(Pending exceptional circumstances, only 1 applicant per institute/centre will be accepted)

There will not be any cost for the training school, however, except for trainees from Thailand and other South Asian countries – who might be eligible for some financial support – other international trainees will be responsible for their travel and the cost of local accommodation. Full programme, lectures and course structure will be available soon.

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