In this podcast, Amanda Zongrone from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) presents the results of a study assessing the feasibility of an integrated nutrition program (The PROMIS program) in peri-urban and urban Senegal and demonstrates how feasibility evaluation can provide insights to improve implementation and increase potential for impact. In addition, the role […]
In recognition of the growing interest in the benefits of a multisectoral approach to addressing global nutrition issues, the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), USA jointly organized a symposium at the International Union of Nutritional Sciences – International Congress of Nutrition (IUNS-ICN) 2017 on October 17 […]
Thanks to Sheela Sinharoy, MPH PhD, Emory University for kindly sharing her experience from one of our ‘Meet the Expert’ events at the International Congress of Nutrition 2017 in the following article. At the International Congress of Nutrition 2017 in Buenos Aires in October, SISN offered the opportunity to meet in small groups with several […]
On November 28th, SISN hosted its second live webinar entitled “Why Invest in Implementation Research (IR)?”. SISN Board Member, Dr Gretel Pelto, Graduate Professor, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, moderated a panel of three experts who shared their real-world experiences of using IR to great effect in a number of different settings. These panelist presentations […]
by Sivan Yosef on behalf of the KI3 team On November 7th, the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN), the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) secretariat co-hosted a workshop session at the SUN Global Gathering in Abidjan on “Sharing Knowledge, Methods, and Experiences on Implementation: How can […]
In June, David Pelletier presented SISN’s Integrated IS Framework in a webinar with a live Q&A. The feedback highlighted a number of questions for the Society to ponder in terms of the key issues faced by its members and how the framework can be interpreted for differing environments. It also highlighted some areas for developing […]
In this two-part video blog, SISN founding member, Purnima Menon, Senior Research Fellow in IFPRI’s Poverty, Health and Nutrition Division focusses on the opportunities and challenges of conducting implementation research (IR), including in the specific context of addressing wasting in South Asia. The presentation was originally given in May 2017 at the South Asian Association […]
Is Collaboration the Key to Successful Implementation at Scale? Experiences from the NIH-PEPFAR PMTCT Implementation Science Alliance
Despite growing recognition of the importance of implementation science (IS) in nutrition, differences exist in how it is defined, and how these varying definitions are interpreted and operationalized by key stakeholder groups. If we are to make significant advances in IS in the global nutrition context, it is now evident that we need to work […]
In our March Feature Article “The Many Forms and Purposes of Implementation Research in Nutrition: Definitions, Domains and Distinctions for Advancing Research and Practice” we shared SISN’s conceptual thinking and recent efforts to develop a common understanding of the scope and breadth of implementation in nutrition. During the subsequent months, we have integrated these concepts […]
On June 28th, SISN hosted its first live webinar entitled “An Integrative Framework for Implementation Science in Nutrition” presented by our President, Dr. David Pelletier and moderated by our Secretary/Treasurer, Dr. Eva Monterrosa. We are pleased to share a FREE recording with you, as well as a pdf copy of the slides and a 5-page […]
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