Specialist Certificate in Implementation Science

      Course overview

      • 6 months part time
      • Online
      • Available to domestic and international students.
      • Term 1 Intake - January and Term 3 Intake - July


      Implementation science is the study of methods and approaches to aid the uptake and integration of research findings into routine practice. The aim of implementation science is to improve the quality of health, education and social services.

      Developed by the University of Melbourne and the Centre for Evidence and Implementation Science (CEI), the Specialist Certificate in Implementation Science is the only course of its kind in the Australasian region. This course systematically explores how applying implementation can ensure the success of evidence-based practice in health education and social welfare.

      If you want to have a broader impact on the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities, whilst developing a stronger understanding of the discipline of implementation, impact on the health and well-being of individuals and society, then this course is for you.

      By successfully completing this course you may be eligible for credit toward the Master of Advanced Social Work or Master of Health and Human Services.

      Course aims

      This course aims to strengthen the implementation knowledge and skills of human service professionals whilst providing students with an understanding of the core principles of high-quality implementation and its application to the complex environment of health, education and social care.

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