Although the conference is now over, the video-on-demand proceedings and digital posters will continue to be on-going resources.
All of the conference proceedings (plenary talks, plenary panel, plenary debate, digital poster tours and lightning talks, and workshops) were recorded and are now freely available by clicking on the purple “On-demand video” button. (We ask you complete a simple sign-in process to view the videos.) The final conference program provides an overview of what is available.
The PowerPoint presentations from the plenary talks, plenary panel, plenary debate and workshops are now also available. These are in addition to the video-recordings.
The digital posters can be viewed and commented on by clicking on the green “View digital posters” button.
With a few exceptions, most of the website has not been updated since the conference ended. The updates that have been made are in red.
The LinkedIn group “Global Network for Research Integration and Implementation” remains active.
The final delegate list is available to conference registrants by clicking on the blue “Registrant access” button.
EVALUATION RESULTS: It is taking longer than we’d hoped to analyse the conference evaluation, partly because we received so many insightful comments – thanks! We’re analysing the results in sections and will post reports as each section is completed:
- Evaluation Report #1: Attendance and overall impressions of the conference (PDF 35KB) (Uploaded: 14/Nov/2013)
- Evaluation Report #2: Reasons for attending plus post-conference activities, including an on-going network (PDF 44KB) (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 future
Are 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.
Do you have a case study that demonstrates these methods in action? Have you developed new methods or useful explanatory concepts? Have you built a successful education program? Do you have evidence about overcoming institutional barriers? If so, join us!
This conference is different from the norm and we think we can explain what we are trying to achieve most effectively in the short (3.5 minute) video on the conference aims and background in the right hand column.
We are not just different in what we are trying to do, but also in how we are organising the conference. For example, there are three options for participating and all presentations – invited and submitted – will be online to give the conference the widest possible reach. We have a lot planned and the links below will fill you in on what’s available.
Showcase your work and see what’s happening around the world:
More than 200 digital posters have been submitted and most of them are now available for viewing and comment. You can still submit your past achievements and current work using digital posters. We will not be able to review these submissions before the conference, but we will include those accepted in the data commons that the conference will produce.
Hear from leading experts:
- 16 plenary talks on transdisciplinarity, systems thinking, implementation, unknowns, case studies and more…
- Plenary panel on education for research integration and implementation.
- Plenary debate on whether we need a new discipline.
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 http://twitter.com/i2sconference and we are using the hashtag: #i2sconference.
during the conference through:
- face-to-face and online discussions about the plenaries and digital poster sessions
- skills-building workshops (in Canberra)
- networking lunches (in Canberra)
- the monster networking event (in Canberra)
Help shape the future:
The time is ripe for us to identify common ground, establish synergies and join forces. This will give us a more powerful voice in our organisations and beyond. There is strength in numbers and in combining our ideas and methodologies.
You can be part of the First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation in Canberra, online or at a co-conference. Click on any one of these options below to find out more.