The membership survey was developed by SISN’s Membership Working Group. The purpose of the survey was to explore and understand the needs of our members and supporters, so that SISN can work towards being valued and relevant, and ensure that we are offering services that enhance research and professional skills for implementation science (IS). We […]
Voluntary contributions are the lifeblood of SISN and we actively encourage the involvement and participation of members in our activities to us help shape the future of implementation in nutrition. SISN’s Board itself is entirely voluntary. It consists of eleven global experts, who provide leadership, strategic guidance and support to advance the development of implementation […]
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