Fancy posters over drinks? We are preparing for two hours of happy hour implementation networking on day 1 of the conference. Our poster presenters will be ready for a discussion about implementation in health, social welfare, and education. If you want to get a taste of who will be there, have aa look at the list of posters below.

Poster No.PresenterPoster Title
1Jo Day, University of Exeter, U.K.An evaluation of a healthcare modelling capacity building programme
2Belinda Goodenough, University of Wollongong, AustraliaKnowledge Translation meets 'salutogenesis' in dementia care: an implementation smorgasbord
3Birgitte Graverholt, Western Norway University of Applied SciencesImplementation of research in research practice: A review of the Evidence-Based Research approach
4Adriana Rosenberg, University of Stavanger, NorwayNursing students' perceived stress and supervisory approaches in clinical practice
5Laura Elise Høffner, Region Zealand, DenmarkOptimisation of rosters for hospital departments
6Lise Kronborg, Hvidovre Hospital, DenmarkUdvikling of implementering af optimeret genoptræningsforløb efter operation for hoftebrud for patienter i Hvidovre Kommune
7Anne Kuusisto, Satakunnan sairaanhoitopiirin kuntayhtymä, FinlandCreating a welfare plan for organising social and health care services for one region in Finland
8Jeanet Lemche, University of Southern DenmarkArchitecture - A Factor in Implementation Processes?
9Cecilie Lindstrøm Egholm, Region Zealand, DenmarkFacilitators for use of quality registry data in cardiac rehabilitation - a survey study
10Chris McCutcheon, Ottawa Hospital, CanadaKnowledge Translation Plan Guides - A pragmatic, conceptual synthesis
11Chris McCutcheon, Ottawa Hospital, CanadaDoing research with the people who use it: The Integrated Knowledge Translation Research Network
12Jenny Nybom, National Board of Health and Social Welfare, SwedenThe impact of staff stability and competence on real world setting implementation
13Hanne Nykvist & Birgitte Graverholt, Western Norway University of Applied SciencesUser involvement to reduce research waste - a user perspective
14Niamh O'Rourke, Department of Health, IrelandNational Standards for Clinical Practice Guidance
15Berit Seljelid, Oslo University Hospital, NorwayPlanning for patient involvement in eHealth research: identifying barriers and facilitators
16Lisebet Skeie Skarpaas, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, NorwayShort digital stories as research communication?
17Magdalena Smeds, Linköping University, SwedenThe implementation and improvement science perspective on interventions in health care
18Gráinne Stevenson, National Board of Social Services, DenmarkMultiple implementation players working together to implement Housing First in Denmark
19Hilde Strømme, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, NorwayFrom website to an accredited course in evidence based practice
20Helle Vendel Petersen, The Capital Region of DenmarkThe influence of an e-message system on nurses' cross-sectoral communication
21Christiaan Vis, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NetherlandsObjective assessment of Implementation Processes: Psychometric Study of the NoMAD questionnaire
22Elisabet Fält, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University, SwedenIntroducing a method to assess mental health at Child Health Clinics: a process evaluation
23Lisa Smith, Research in Practice for Adults, Dartington Hall Trust, U.K.Evidence-informed Practice and Action Research
24Madelon Rooseboom, National Healthcare Institute, NetherlandsHow to stimulate implementation - Using the General Theory of Implementation as a compass in practice
25Christiaan Vis, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NetherlandsProspective, tailored Implementation Strategies: The ImpleMentAll Project
26Thandie Hara, University of Exeter, U.K.Sustaining Implementation, Implementing Sustainability, or both?
27Bodil W. Larsson & Nicolas Kjerulf, University College Copenhagen, DenmarkStudents of Physiotherapy - Raised awareness of Marginalisation through novel practice placement