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The Non-Communicable Diseases and Implementation Science laboratory lead programs on capacity-building to strengthen their resources on training and development on implementation research. These resources include the Implementation Science e-Hub, the Implementation Science School, Implementation research workshops, technical assistance and consultancy on implementation research.

Implementation research e-Hub
Through the support from GACD, we have developed an implementation Science e-Hub. The e-Hub is a comprehensive online learning space on gaining new knowledge and building on skill development with implementation research, particularly in relation to chronic and complex non-communicable diseases. The e-Hub has been instrumental in conducting implementation research training and development. This information is accessed via this website:

Implementation Science School
Our team co-leads the annual Implementation Science School in Collaboration with GACD. Up to fifty early- and mid-career researchers, practioners and policy makers attend the school. More information about the school is available here:

Implementation Research Workshops
Our laboratory also runs Implementation Research workshops and short courses in collaboration with other leading academic and research institutions within low and middle-income countries. We have e conducted implementation research training workshops with the Institute for Health System Research (Malaysia) and with the University of Philippines.

Technical Assistance
Our laboratory has been providing technical assistance in NCD implementation research for global organisations such as the World Health Organization (WHO). We are open to opportunities to partner with other academics and government institutions with undertaking further implementation science research and evaluation. Please contact the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute for more information on /research/laboratories/implementation-science.

For more information, contact Tina Cao.

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