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- Evaluation Report #1: Attendance and overall impressions of the conference (35KB PDF) (Uploaded: 14/Nov/2013)
- Evaluation Report #2: Reasons for attending plus post-conference activities, including an on-going network (44KB PDF) (Uploaded: 03/Dec/2013)
The evaluation was conducted using SurveyMonkey between 25 September and 31 October 2013. Registrants were sent the original invitation on 25 September and reminders on 10 and 22 October.
Join the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation: Linking networks, taking stock, planning for the futureAre you tackling complex real-world problems? Interested in learning about and sharing the best methodologies in:
- We want to overcome the fragmented nature of these communities by bringing together everyone whose research interests include:
- understanding problems as systems
- combining knowledge from various disciplines and practice areas
- dealing with unknowns to reduce risk, unpleasant surprises and adverse unintended consequences
- helping research teams collaborate more effectively
- implementing evidence in improved policy and practice.
- Hear from leading experts:
- Expand your networks: Connect with like-minded peers now through:
- interaction with digital poster authors as you read their work
- a LinkedIn group on research integration and implementation
- Follow us on Twitter @i2sConference https://twitter.com/i2sconference and we are using the hashtag: #i2sconference.
- Expand your networks during the conference through: