"Rethinking the Path from Evidence to Decision-Making" Workshop on 10-11 May!!
"Rethinking the Path from Evidence to Decision-Making" Workshop
・Date/time：10 - 11 May 2022 (Japan Standard Time)
・Participation: Online or Onsite (Ben Gurion University in Israel)
(Updates and program details will be sent to your email you register with.)
The overarching objective of the workshop is to explore new pathways and tools for evidence-informed policy, focuing on two stakeholder groups:
(1) Policymakers - to improve the process of evidence-informed decision-making underconditions of uncertainties.
(2) General public - communicating the science that supports policy options in a more accessible way and including public opinions in decision-making processes.
The workshop will include presentations by leading health policy and science and communication experts, from Israel and abroad, as well as group discussion o the Next Generation for Intervention and Reearch in Evidence Informed Policy, and related issues.
[Program & Registration] (Japan Standard Time)
10 May (T)
3:00 pm - 5:30 am
Evidence Informed Decision Making at Times of Uncertainty- a Case Study of COVID-19 in Israel
by Ran Balicer, Director, Clalit Research Institute
What Would an Ideal Evidence
by John Lavis, Director, McMaster Health Forum
WHO’s evidence-informed policy work: EVIPNet
by Tanja Kuchenmüller, Director, WHO Unit for Evidence to Policy and Impact
World Health Organization (WHO)
9:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Fireside Chat: State of the Art in Evidence Informed Policy: Challenges and Opportunities
11 May (W)
3:00 am - 5:00 am
Dissemination versus Implementation
5:30 am - 7:30 am
Next Generation for Intervention and Research in Evidence Informed Policy (Discussion)
・Evidence to Policy and Impact Unit, World Health Organization (WHO)
Alon Rasooly (Mr.)
IS-PEC is one of the few centers in the world focused on implementation science (IS) and policy engagement, and the first of its kind in the country, established by Ben-Gurion University in a major city in southern Israel. With a broad faculty and expertise spanning academia, health systems, government, and industry, nationally and internationally, the university is well positioned to lead and facilitate the integration and promotion of IS and knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE).