Allied health research support and skills training via IIMPACT in health
The Allied & Scientific Health Office (ASHO) is pleased to a partner with the Innovation in IMPlementation And Clinical Translation (IIMPACT) group at the University of South Australia, supporting research skills training and capacity development.
The intent of this partnership is to increase allied health research knowledge and evidence implementation, ultimately promoting improved health service delivery and better consumer outcomes.
The partnership also aims to increase the engagement of allied health clinicians with research activities as well as boost collaboration between academics, clinicians and consumers of allied health care.
A variety of research skills training and capacity development opportunities will be made available through this partnership, including training & resources, mentoring and utilisation of students to support research.
Please email email@example.com if you have any queries about research supports and training opportunities.
Initiatives to build research capacity
Are you an allied health clinician with a question about undertaking or translating research? If you have tried the online resources below and can’t find your answer – get in touch.
An email address has been created to connect clinicians with research questions to the researchers who have the answers! If you have a question about any part of the research continuum; from engaging with literature, to formulating a research question, selecting methodology, how to get your paper published or how to put someone else’s paper into practice - please contact Allied.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through the IIMPACT partnership, there is an opportunity for SA Health allied health clinicians to access mentoring support from UniSA researchers, to develop the skills you need to make your research efforts a success.
Capacity for mentoring support is dependent on availability of mentors in the appropriate discipline at the time of application. Any requests unable to be matched at the time of application will be retained and contacted in the future when an appropriate mentor becomes available.
If you would like to connect with a research mentor, please complete the application form.
Training calendar 2023
*Denotes training series, further details provided below
|Date||Day / Time||Title||Presenter|
|17 October||Tuesday, 1.00 - 3.00pm (follow up session)||
How to Write a Business Case (PDF 210KB)
Prof Susan Hillier
Research Plan on a Page
Weekly for 8 weeks, commencing Tuesday 11 July 2023, via ZOOM.
The Plan on a Page series will provide clinicians with the skills and knowledge to:
- Identify a clinical challenge
- Formulate a research question/s
- Devise a basic research protocol to gather data to answer the research question
- Communicate the protocol in the form of a research plan, registerable protocol, or grant application.
The program will commence with a face to face session to introduce participants to each other and the program facilitators, followed by weekly face to face or ZOOM participation, as preferred by the participant.
For more information and to register, click here.
Enquiries can be made via e-mail to email@example.com.
Knowledge Translation: Translation of Evidence into Clinical Practice
Applications for the 2023 round of this program have closed.
This 9-month program will equip clinicians with the basics of knowledge translation and implementation processes. The format will be a series of lecture/tutorials and online resources.
Each clinical participant or group will be assigned an implementation mentor to help coach them through the design and conduct of their project.
Expectations will be for several hours of work each week, which is woven into their clinical practice.
Please contact Tracy Jones via firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information about this program, or to express your interest for the 2024 intake.
Expression of interest
|Date||Day / Time||Training||Type||Details||Location / format|
|TBA||How to write and abstract||One session||EOI How to write an abstract (PDF 158KB)||ZOOM|
|TBA||Sourcing relevant and current literature||One session||EOI Sourcing relevant and current literature (PDF 191)||ZOOM|
A wide range of online resources are available via UniSA platforms. Click the links below to explore the topics currently available: