UK Implementation Society (UK-IS)
The UK Implementation Society (UK-IS) grew out of the UK Implementation Network (UK-IN) which was launched in 2014 by a group of professionals working in human services policy, practice and research in the UK. The Network began first to develop structures for working together and sharing cross-disciplinary learning to address the implementation gap. In 2017, in recognition of the evolution of our field in the UK and globally, the Network became a Society and Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO).
UK-IS’ aim is to advance the science and practice of implementation, by promoting knowledge, disseminating resources, building capacity, establishing networks, supporting the development of the evidence base and most importantly, helping all those involved in implementing services to understand and apply evidence of ‘what works’ to improve services for the public benefit.
For further information about the Network and how to join, please visit the UK-IS website.