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Présenté en association avec l’École de santé publique de l’Université de Montréal (ESPUM)

Research funding councils, such as the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, have made numerous investments in implementation science and in population health intervention research. There are some important areas of convergence in these two fields. The purpose of this presentation is to explore key points of intersection and to consider how complementary work in these two fields could be further optimized. Several examples will be used to highlight intersection parameters including drivers of inequities, contextual influences on and interactions with interventions, outcome assessment and scalability. Suggestions for an emergent research agenda will be proposed.

Conférencière invitée

Nancy Edwards – Professor Edwards is a Distinguished Professor, University of Ottawa, and Full Professor in the School of Nursing. She was appointed Scientific Director, Institute of Population and Public Health, Canadian Institutes of Health Research in July, 2008 and Director of the Interdisciplinary Population Health PhD Program at the University of Ottawa on July 1, 2015. Dr. Edwards obtained her undergraduate nursing degree from the University of Windsor and completed graduate studies in epidemiology at McMaster University and McGill University. She is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and has been awarded two honorary doctorate degrees.

Implementation science and population health intervention research: Exploring intersections and the way forward
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