Our research and teaching at the unit are focussed on promoting the understanding and use of evaluation and implementation science methods in health care. Evidence of high-quality health care is generated through evaluation with implementation science informing strategies to foster the uptake of evidence into routine practice in a range of settings. Through these methods we seek to improve health care equity and outcomes.
Our researchers are involved with a wide range of activities that include increasing health sector capability in evaluation and implementation science methods to undertaking evaluation and implementation science projects focused on health systems and services in a range of Australian and international settings.
The Evaluation and Implementation Science Unit was led by the late Professor Margaret Kelaher until 2021. Please click here to read more about Margaret and her work.