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Implementation - Theory and Application in Health Care, 5 credits
Implementering – Teori och tillämpning inom hälso- och sjukvård, 5 hp (8FO0070)
Course dates: 1-2 September, 1-3 October, 25 November 2020
The implementation research program at Linköping University offers this highly acclaimed annual course at postgraduate level, open also for post-doc researchers. The course is given yearly since 2011. Teachers in the course are both from Linköping University and other universities. The course has garnered highly favourable course assessments and attracts PhD students from across Sweden as well as participants from the neighbouring Nordic countries.
This PhD-level course provides a broad introduction to the development of implementation science and the research conducted in this field. The aim is to increase understanding of the challenges of implementation in healthcare and convey in-depth knowledge concerning theories, models and frameworks that are of practical use in the participants’ own implementation studies.
The course is taught in English. Work is conducted on half-time basis and course participants meet in Linköping on three occasions for lectures and group discussions. Course materials are studied in between these meetings.
More information about the learning outcomes and formalities of the course can be found in the syllabus. A few weeks before the course begins the shared online space in LISAM will be updated with information regarding lectures, seminars, course activities, and reading material.
Entry requirement for studies on third-cycle education courses
- second-cycle degree,
- 240 credits in required courses, including at least 60 second-cycle credits, or
- acquisition of equivalent knowledge in some other manner
The course is open for PhD students and post-doc researchers. There are in total 20 places available, and priority is given to students who are registered for PhD studies.
Notifications of acceptance will be provided at the end of May.
The course coordinator provides a list of relevant literature before the start of the course.
The course is taught in English
Last updated: 2020-02-07