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Module leads

Charlie Foster Charlie Foster

Nick Townsend

Learning objective:

  • Understand the definitions, concepts and theories of implementation
  • Identify the strength and weaknesses of population v individual approaches to health
  • Understand strategies for implementing evidence-based guidance and their impact on improving outcomes


  1. Introduction to implementation
  2. Developing, implementing and evaluating health promotion in low and middle income countries
  3. Use of taxes as a policy intervention to change behaviour
  4. Implementing epidemiological evidence into health care - a case study of physical activity infographics
  5. Implementing population health interventions
  6. The role of evidence for decision making in the prevention and control of disease