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Closing the implementation gap in mental health promotion: translating policy and research into practice

 

Overview

Effective delivery of mental health promotion is facilitated by translation of policy and research into effective practice and the development of practice-based evidence.

Typically, little information is provided in the published research concerning the process and extent of intervention delivery which must occur in order for positive outcomes to be produced. This seminar will be presented by Healthway visiting fellow, Professor Margaret Barry. It focuses on researching the process of implementing mental health promotion interventions in complex naturalistic settings in order to identify the factors and conditions which can facilitate high quality implementation.

WA Centre for Health Promotion Research abstract

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Maria Chanmugam
Email: maria.chanmugam@curtin.edu.au

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Last updated: 28 February 2013
 
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