May report for Integration and Implementation Sciences

1 May 2019

RSPH workshops and seminars

Gabriele Bammer was one of the speakers at the RegNET/RSPH seminar ‘Making a difference – how do different researchers and diverse disciplines approach it?’


Outreach and engagement

Gabriele Bammer and Peter Deane produced the March/April i2S News (, which features the dialogue tool ‘Nominal Group Technique” and a tool developed by Nic Cherbuin and others at CRAHW ‘Assessing evidence: Strengths and weaknesses of grading tools’. The News also provides information about the Journal of Simulation, the professional association ‘Global Implementation Society’ and the network ‘International Network for the Science of Team Science.’ Information is also provided on the upcoming 63rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences. These have all recently been added as resources to the Integration and Implementation Sciences website (


The April contributions to the i2Insights blog ( include a contribution from the RSPH PopulationHealthXchange, which is a blog post by Alice Richardson on What every interdisciplinarian should know about p values, see Other contributions covered building a research impact culture, improving transdisciplinary arts-science partnerships, incommensurability in interdisciplinary research and adaptive social learning for systemic leadership.


Papers accepted/published:

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;

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