The Centre for Implementation Research

Back row (L-R): Sylvain Boet, Angel Arnaout, Jamie Brehaut, Holly Witteman, Monica Taljaard, David Moher, Ian Graham. Front row (L-R): Janet Squires, Jeremy Grimshaw, Kednapa Thavorn, Dawn Stacey. Missing from picture: Noah Ivers, Justin Presseau.

The Centre for Implementation Research (CIR) focuses on developing and applying Implementation Science in health-care settings to improve healthcare and health. We are committed to training through delivering courses and workshops, and supervising and mentoring the next generation of leaders in the field.

Our research is local, regional, national and international in scope and involves collaborations with stakeholders and knowledge users at each level in key healthcare priority areas.

Our members have academic expertise spanning:

  • Cognitive psychology
  • Health psychology
  • Health services
  • Research
  • Health economics
  • Knowledge translation science
  •  Medical sociology
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Population health
  • Statistics

Our members harness and develop contemporary approaches to develop and evaluate multilevel practice-changing research targeting health-care systems, health-care providers, patients and the general public.

Our team has particular expertise in:

We operate within the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute in Ottawa (Canada), and are located primarily at the purpose-built Centre for Practice-Changing Research. Our Centre is affiliated with the University of Ottawa and works closely with the Ottawa Methods Centre, Knowledge Synthesis Group, and the Psychology and Health Research Group (PaHRG).

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