Skip navigation

Digital Poster

Displaying 11 - 20 of 34
The Toolbox consists of a series of questions to probe team member views on the practice of science and acts as a stimulus for discussion. Questions cover motivation, methodology, confirmation, objectivity, values and reductionism and emergence. This philosophically structured dialogue can be used to uncover worldviews that frame what investigators see, what priorities they set, […]
DPMP provides policy advice on responses to illicit drug use, often using models. These include cost-benefit analyses (eg., on legalisation of cannabis use), system dynamics models (eg., on estimating unmet demand for opioid pharmacotherapy treatment) and agent-based models (eg., on policing a street heroin market). DPMP also studies the policy process in order to more […]
Describes the importance of feedback loops and how they can cause unexpected events in complex systems, using marine multiple use management as an example. Reference: Fulton, B. (2013). Anticipating the unexpected, digital poster #687 from the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation held in Canberra, Australia, online and at three co-conferences (Lueneburg in […]
Resource Type:
Domain:
Focused dialogue is the collaborative construction of powerful ideas. These ideas are essentially simple, generic and fundamental concepts which, once developed between people, can serve to build the shared understanding essential for effective communication and successful integration. Developing focused dialogue involves a number of discrete steps: 1. Identifying “the terms that will play a key […]
Resource Type:
Subject:
Argues for the importance of differentiating between the initial adoption of research findings and long-term use, and suggests that focusing only on adoption is the single biggest impediment to achieving impact. Adoption is defined as “the willingness and ability to take research results and convert them into something that’s usable more broadly”, which can involve […]
Describes eight principles for implementation-oriented research: Joint agenda setting to allow for effective engagement of societal actors from business, industry, government and civil society to identify the problems Co-design, co-production, co-delivery and co-interpretation to allow the full integration of knowledge and experiences of stakeholders as well as joint interpretation and communication of the results. Process-oriented […]
Argues that the know-do gap arises because restrictions facing stakeholders are not taken into account. Identifies an iterative five-step heuristic for doing this: Define options for the actors Identify the network of direct and indirect actors Develop a concept for analysing the conditions of action and their underlying functional logic Conduct an empirical analysis of […]
A new discipline – Integration and Implementation Sciences (I2S) – could provide a systematic way to allow people to effectively mix-and-match concepts and methods from systems thinking, inter- and trans-disciplinarity, implementation science, team science, complexity science and other approaches to more effectively deal with complex real-world problems. I2S has three domains: 1) synthesis of disciplinary […]
Reflections by 14 teams linking health and social scientists identified key attributes which help or hinder success relating to: principal investigators, shared starting point, role of language, and role of the institution. These include factors internal to the team such as personal characteristics, serendipitous encounters, status and language differences, as well as factors external to […]
Reflections by 14 teams linking health and social scientists identified key attributes which help or hinder success relating to:
  1. principal investigators,
  2. shared starting point,
  3. role of language, and
  4. role of the institution.

About this site Updated:   28 February 2019 / Responsible Officer:   Manager i2S / Page Contact:   Webmaster