Masterclass: Normalization Process Theory in feasibility studies and process evaluations in health and social care
With Carl May and friends
Carl May is Professor of Healthcare Innovation at the University of Southampton, UK and is an Honorary Professorial Research Fellow in the Department of General Practice at The University of Melbourne. Carl works closely with clinical researchers and his work has focused on developing a richer understanding of the development and implementation of innovative healthcare technologies, and other complex healthcare interventions. His work in this field includes leading the project to develop Normalization Process Theory.
Normalization Process Theory has informed more than 200 published implementation and evaluation studies with many more currently in progress.
The masterclass will cover both theory and application of Normalization Process Theory (NPT), enabling participants to understand the factors that promote and inhibit the effective adoption, implementation, and integration of new technologies and new ways of working in healthcare. A range of speakers will contribute to the masterclass, reflecting on their work using NPT. All presenters will be available to respond to questions from the class. Lessons from a recent systematic review of the 200+ published studies informed by NPT will be shared.
How are new knowledge, techniques and technologies made workable and implemented in health care organisations?
This workshop will enable participants to better understand the factors that promote and inhibit the effective adoption, implementation and integration of new technologies and new ways of working in healthcare through the application of
Normalization Process Theory.
Date: Wednesday 29 November 2017
Workshop: from 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Fees and Registration:
- Full Fee $500 (incl GST)
- Special Concession# $385 (incl GST)
- Students* $220 (incl GST)
Registrations close 22 November 2017
# Special concession rates will apply to research active VicReN members and general practice teaching staff for the University of Melbourne medical students from 2016 to 2017.
* A letter of verification from your supervisor regarding your student status is required.