One-day workshop: Finding and Using Research Evidence to Inform Decision-making in Health Systems and Organizations
Summer: June 13, 2016
Registration now closed - next offering will be September 15, 2016.
Want to be at the leading edge of a fast moving field in terms of how to bring the best evidence to bear in support of policy development and health-system strengthening? Register now for the McMaster Health Forum’s one-day workshop, where you will:
- develop your knowledge about tools and resources available to help health system policymakers and stakeholders in order to support their use of research evidence;
- examine the attitudes that are supportive of using research evidence in health system decision-making; and,
- begin to develop your skills in acquiring, assessing, adapting and applying research evidence.
“I now have [awareness of] great new resources that I did not know existed” - policymaker who attended a workshop delivered to staff at the Manitoba Ministry of Health, Healthy Living and Seniors in collaboration with Research Manitoba.
Training workshops are open for individual registrations on a first-come basis. The workshop consists of a combination of online instruction and a one-day in-person workshop in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The fee is $1,118 ($530 for the online component plus $588 for the one-day session – all prices shown are in Canadian dollars).