Putting evidence at the centre of everyday life
As a follow on to our June webinar and again in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR), we are hosting a webinar on November 28. This webinar will discuss what's been learned during the COVID era about the need for citizen engagement in and leadership of efforts to ‘put evidence at the centre of everyday life,’ which is one of our core implementation priorities. It will also provide an opportunity to introduce the Evidence Commission's newly launched Citizen Leadership Group.
- Bev Pomeroy (discussant), Author, Patient Public Engagement Specialist and Board member, CAHSPR
- Maureen Smith, Citizen Leader and Commissioner, Evidence Commission
- Modupe Adefeso-Olateju, NGO leader and Commissioner, Evidence Commission
- François-Pierre Gauvin, Senior Scientific Lead, Citizen Engagement and Evidence Curation at the McMaster Health Forum
Hosts: with opening remarks from Maggie Keresteci, Executive Director, CAHSPR
- Jenn Thornhill Verma, Executive Lead, Evidence Commission Secretariat and Co-chair, CAHSPR CHIPs theme group
- Nina Doad, Research associate, CAHSPR CHIPS theme group
This session is open to all and will also serve as an introduction to CAHSPR, the CAHSPR collaborative health system partnerships (CHIPs) theme group, while also introducing the early-stage work of the Evidence Commission's citizen leadership group.
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