April report for Integration and Implementation Sciences

30 April 2019


Bammer, G. 2019 ‘Key issues in co-creation with stakeholders when research problems are complex’ Evidence and Policy Accepted 4/3/19


Bammer, G. Commissioning editor, Frameworks for Transdisciplinary Research Framework #7 2019 ‘Ten essentials for contributing more directly to transformational change’ by Ioan Fazey, GAIA, 28(1) 8; https://doi.org/10.14512/gaia.28.1.3


March contributions to the i2Insights blog (http://i2Insights.org) covered practical tips to foster research uptake and actions for achieving transformational change, as well as a tool for brainstorming ideas in cross-disciplinary teams (idea tree) and a manifesto of interdisciplinarity.


Research impact

Gabriele Bammer presented a seminar on “What expertise do you need to be an effective transdisciplinarian?” at the ANU’s School of Culture, History and Language.


Gabriele Bammer and Cathy Day finished the initial development of webpages for the RSPH PopulationHealthXchange (https://rsph.anu.edu.au/phxchange). The webpages highlight the ‘how’ of achieving research impact and provide access to resources and case studies showcasing the work of RSPH researchers.



Gabriele Bammer taught a class in the Vice-Chancellor’s Unravelling Complexity course on ‘Integration and Implementation Expertise’.

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