In 2 days, delegates will be coming together virtually for the first South Asia-focused implementation research conference “Delivering for Nutrition (D4N) in South Asia: Implementation Research in the Context of COVID-19” from December 1-2, 2021. SISN is delighted to be one of 18 co-hosts for this event. In preparation for this conference we asked our Chief Information […]
Issue 21 of SISN’s e-Newsletter has been published and is available here. The Fall newsletter highlights SISNs news related to progress on our strategic refresh, call for abstracts for the Delivering for Nutrition conference, and an example of how to apply the SISN Framework to guide implementation. A resource round-up section provides links to over […]
Call for Abstracts Deadline Extended: Sunday, October 24th, 2021 23:59 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) COVID-19 has disrupted health systems, nutrition services, and food systems around the world, including South Asia. Research-based evidence and programmatic experiences are essential to support stakeholders to restore services and re-orient programs and policies to support better nutrition outcomes. Together with […]
The SISN Framework identifies five domains whose characteristics, capacities, dynamics and fit influence the quality of implementation. Researchers and implementers can use the SISN Framework to guide and improve their implementation efforts. In this video Shruthi Cyriac from Emory University and Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) shares an illustrative example which was recently published in […]
COVID-19 has disrupted health systems, nutrition services, and food systems around the world, including South Asia. Research-based evidence and programmatic experiences are essential to support stakeholders to restore services and re-orient programs and policies to support better nutrition outcomes. SISN is excited to be a part of a consortium of co-hosts for a virtual conference […]
SISN’s twentieth e-Newsletter has been published and is available here. The Summer newsletter highlights SISNs news related to the Implementation Science Initiative (ISI), Adolescent Nutrition webinar, and our new Annual Report. Sign up to receive our free quarterly e-newsletter here.
WEBINAR Addressing real needs: the critical role of implementation research in designing and operationalizing adolescent nutrition programs
Adolescence marks a period of rapid growth with high nutritional needs. Good nutrition can fuel optimal physical and mental growth, giving adolescents the strength and focus to study, work and fully participate in their communities. Iron deficiency anaemia is the number one cause of lost disability-adjusted life years in adolescent girls (10–19 yrs.) and boys […]
SISN’s nineteenth e-Newsletter has been published and is available here. The Spring newsletter highlights SISNs new Board members, our blogs and activities. A resource round-up section provides links to over twenty-five relevant key papers, trainings and events. These resources can also be accessed via our Knowledge Hub. Sign up to receive our free quarterly e-newsletter here.
Gilles Bergeron has worked in international food security and nutrition for more than 25 years. In December 2020, he retired from his academic position as Senior Vice President of the New York Academy of Sciences, and at the same time announced that he would be stepping down from the SISN Board. Our entirely voluntary Board […]
We are constantly updating and enhancing our content to help you advance your knowledge of implementation science and research in nutrition and to keep you up-to-date on what is happening in the sector. During 2020, we continued to observe growth in our website traffic with users seeking more information about SISN and how to get involved with us. While […]
- How can implementation research help support the delivery of nutrition interventions at scale?
- Delivering for Nutrition Conference: Registration is Now Open!
- Fall 2021 Newsletter
- Deadline extended: Submit your abstracts for Delivering for Nutrition (D4N) in South Asia
- Applying the SISN Framework to Improve Implementation Quality and Impact: An Illustrative Example