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My Translation Rules - Webinar Series

In 2014 Dr Ingrid Hickman, in conjunction with the Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners (BDHP) launched the My Translation Rules (MTR) annual awards designed to recognise and reward clinical Dietitians for their translational and implementation research efforts.

The awards have grown year on year with eight health sites taking part in the 2017 event, which has inspired the production of a webinar training package to prepare applicants to run a translational research project in their practice.

To date, numerous Dietitians have showcased some terrific examples of the four step process which involves:

1. Identifying a clinical problem
2. Critiquing the scientific literature to judge the quality of evidence in the field
3. Implementing practice change
4. Monitoring outcomes that best reflect real world, relevant change in practice

With the support of the BDHP and the Translational Research Institute (TRI), the education package will be accessible across the health partners. The package consists of four 1 hour stand alone, yet consecutive webinars with 30 minutes of content followed by a real world case study which complements this content. The production of this professional development material for the MTR initiative has been made possible through the in-kind support and contribution of previous award winners, Queensland Health research fellows and staff from AusHSI and QUT.


INTRODUCTION


WEBINAR 1

Video 1: Training

Dr Shelley Wilkinson, Qld Health research Fellow at Mater Health Services – Evidence based practice and identifying a clinical problem

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Video 2: Case Study

Denise Page, Master research – RIPEN (Research Into Practice Early Nutrition)

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WEBINAR 2

Video 1: Training

Barbara van der Meij (Mater) – Critical appraisal and systematic reviews

Video 2: Case Study

Jane Musial (RBWH) – Team T2D-empowering people living with T2DM

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WEBINAR 3

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Video 1: Training

Sonya Osborne (AusHSI) – Implementation science

Video 2: Case Study

Adrienne Young (RBWH) – RBWH Red Tray Project

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WEBINAR 4

Please note the material contained within this video is copyright to AusHSI. No material may be reproduced without express written permission from the author. The Australian Centre For Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) is a research, consultancy and training organisation. For more information about training programs and workshops with AusHSI please visit the AusHSI website.

Video 1: Training

Sonya Osborne (AusHSI) – Measuring outcomes

Video 2: Case Study

Michelle AllenImplementing a cleaning bundle in acute care hospitals

Please note, the PITCH (Preventing Infections Through Cleaner Hospitals) case study is currently awaiting publication and is intended for MTR initiative only. To view the webinar, please see the link in your site email invitation or contact info@diamantina.org.au to request access.