SISN’s twelfth e-Newsletter has been published and is available here. The July newsletter highlights SISNs recent events, our blogs and webinars. A resource round-up section provides links to relevant key papers, trainings and events. Sign up to receive our free quarterly e-newsletter here. SISN’s 2019 external communications activity is supported by a grant from the Eleanor […]
The American Society of Nutrition held its annual meeting, Nutrition 2019, in Baltimore on June 8-11. On day 3, SISN facilitated a workshop on Implementation Science (IS). During the session, SISN Board Members guided the seventy attendees through a series of activities with the purpose of enhancing understanding of what IS is, its purpose in […]
This article was first published in Nutrition Exchange South Asia: Maternal Nutrition and can be found here. Nutrition Exchange is a free publication that includes non-technical articles on nutrition policy and programming written by and for national and sub-national stakeholders working in nutrition and related sectors. Thanks to ENN and UNICEF ROSA for providing permission to share with our audience. […]
When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 – 1:00pm to 2:00pm Malnutrition in its many forms is a major contributor to the global burden of disease and disability and has gained prominence on global and national policy agendas. This is illustrated by several resolutions, goals and targets from the World Health Assembly, the Scaling Up Nutrition Movement being implemented in […]
This webinar focussed on the important work being completed by the Implementation Science Initiative (ISI) through SISN’s partnership with the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie)under a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) grant. The webinar was moderated by Isabelle Michaud-Letourneau, SISN Consultant and Senior Technical Lead for the ISI. She introduced the ISI and how the project applies SISN’s […]
SISN’s eleventh e-Newsletter has been published and is available here. The April newsletter includes an introductory note from our new President, Peggy Bentley, in addition to highlighting our blogs and webinars. A resource round-up section provides links to relevant key papers, training and events. Sign up to receive our free quarterly e-newsletter here. SISN’s 2019 external communications activity […]
The Outset The Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) began on a wintery, New York evening in February, 2014. Eva Monterrosa, formerly Sight and Life’s Senior Scientific Manager, and Klaus Kraemer, Director of Sight and Life, together with Jessica Johnston and Rolf Klemm, met at Jean-Pierre Habicht and Gretel H. Pelto’s home to discuss a presentation by […]
“Advocacy” is the act or the process of supporting a cause or proposal. Effective advocacy can positively impact the implementation of nutrition programs by influencing decision making at local, national and international levels. On February 15th, SISN was delighted to host a live webinar with guest speaker, Bill O’Keefe from Catholic Relief Services. As Vice President for Government Relations and […]
This post has been written by Bill O’Keefe interim Executive Vice President for Church Engagement and Vice President for Government Relations and Advocacy at Catholic Relief Services. Mr O’Keefe was a guest speaker in our webinar “How Can Advocacy Enhance Implementation Science in Nutrition?” on Friday, February 15th 2019. In which he spoke about his real-world […]
As a member-based organization, SISN strives to produce engaging and valuable content. Below we highlight the top three most popular blogs published in 2018. Applying Ethical Principles Within Implementation Research by SISN volunteer, Shannon King, a MSPH candidate at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health This blog describes the three ethical principles outlined […]
- July Newsletter
- How do we build and move the science of implementation forward?
- Integration of Maternal Nutrition into Nepal’s Health Service Platforms: What’s Happening?
- Consortium of Universities for Global Health Webinar: Implementation Science in Nutrition
- Webinar: The Implementation Science Initiative