Training

TIDIRH Australia

What is TIDIRH?

TIDIRH (Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health) Australia is a training course in implementation science.

The course is run by the National Centre of Implementation Science (NCOIS), developed in collaboration with the successful U.S.A-based TIDIRH.

This training aims to equip participants with knowledge and skills to undertake high-quality dissemination and implementation (D&I) research relevant to their field.

When is the next course?

We are planning to open the call for applications in October 2024, with the online course to start Feb/March 2025 and the face-to-face workshop planned for May or June 2025.

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Please contact HNELHD-TIDIRH@health.nsw.gov.au if you have any enquiries.

This training aims to equip participants with knowledge and skills to undertake high-quality dissemination and implementation (D&I) research relevant to their field.

The 2023 course comprised of two components:

  • An online delivered curriculum with discussion forums, and virtual office hours where participants were able to engage with other trainees and course facilitators. Participants were then supported to work through 6 modules of content over a period of three months.
  • In person training via a series of face-to-face workshops delivered after the completion of modules. Workshops were led by a variety of expert facilitators and took place in Newcastle, NSW, Australia over 3 days. 

In past years applicants have been asked to submit:

  1. CV
  2. A brief statement of interest describing experience in (or plans for) productive, effective transdisciplinary work and how this fits with goals for conducting dissemination and implementation research in the future.
  3. A brief outline for a planned implementation research project/ proposal / concept.

These documents were reviewed by a panel as part of the selection process. If successful, participants would work on the research project/ proposal during the course.