Sax Institute’s Knowledge Mobilisation Conference 2018
Location:Hyatt Regency hotel,161 Sussex Street, Sydney
The Sax Institute’s Knowledge Mobilisation Conference 2018 provides an opportunity to hear from international and Australian experts in knowledge mobilisation, share your research and to meet with others working in this emerging field.
This conference will provide a forum for describing and debating new findings about what works to embed research into health and social policy, practice and service delivery – and ultimately in improving health outcomes.
The conference will consider all aspects of knowledge mobilisation, including:
Approaches to building the capacity of agencies to use the best available evidence
Methods for co-production
Better methods for more rigorous and useful evaluations of policy
Measuring research use and impact
The conference will provide an opportunity for networking and strengthening collaborations with people working across sectors.
Keynote speakers will include:
Professor Nicholas Mays, Policy Innovation Research Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Professor Andy Bindman, University of California San Francisco
Professor Sally Redman AO, Sax Institute
Dr Abdul Ghaffar, Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, WHO Headquarters
Who should attend?
The conference will be relevant for those in government and non-government organisations, researchers and practitioners who are working to ensure that policy and practice is founded on the best evidence.
More information here: http://www.knowledgemobilisationconference.com/index/welcome