Australasian Implementation Network (AIN)

Australasian Implementation Network (AIN) aims to engage participants in the health, education and social services sectors in supporting the growth of implementation science. The AIN focuses on:

  • "Sharing practice and research knowledge about implementation science
  • Promoting broader awareness and understanding of implementation science
  • Linking implementation expertise across networks, regions and sectors locally and internationally
  • Offering opportunities to generate knowledge (research) about implementation."

AIN membership is free. The AIN was established in 2014. It is in the process of being replaced by the Australasian Implementation Collaborative (AAIC; October 2016).

Journal: N/A

Conference: AIN organisers also organised the first two biennial Australian Implementation Conferences in 2012 and 2014.

Website: Please note that this networks website link is not functioning (last checked October 2016):

Posted: November 2014
Last modified: October 2016

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