Robyn Mildon, Executive Director, Centre for Evidence and Implementation
Robyn Mildon, PhD, is an internationally recognised figure in the field of evidence synthesis and translation, implementation science and program and policy evaluations in health and human services. She is the Founding Executive Director of the Centre for Evidence and Implementation (CEI), an Honorary Associate Professor with the University of Melbourne, and the inaugural Co-Chair of the Knowledge Translation and Implementation Group with the Campbell Collaboration, an international systematic review group.
CEI is a not-for-profit intermediary organisation with offices in Australia, Germany and Singapore and partnerships across the globe. Since establishing CEI in January 2016, Robyn has overseen the rapid growth of the Centre attracting over 62 funded projects with a total value of $10.6 million dollars.
Over her career, Robyn has led a number of projects focused on the generation of evidence through systematic review methods and the better use of evidence in policy and practice through the study and application of implementation science. She has a substantial track record working with multiple stakeholders to support the adoption, implementation and evaluation of effective approaches to working with children, families and their communities and advance evidence in practice.
Robyn has authored or co-authored 14 peer-reviewed publications, 22 commissioned evidence synthesis reviews and research monographs, 5 book chapters, and a large number of research reports. She is also a Co-Author in an upcoming edited book The Science of Implementation (Springer, forthcoming).