McMaster Health Forum releases report about its ten years of supporting evidence-informed policy-making.
To celebrate the McMaster Health Forum’s 10th Anniversary, they’ve just released a report that looks back at their many accomplishments since being launched in 2009. Over the past decade, the Forum has harnessed research evidence, citizen values and stakeholder insights to help strengthen health systems and get the right programs, services and products to the people who need them. Through Forum+ they’re now broadening their work to include social systems and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The report looks back on the Forum’s growth and impact and thanks their partners and supporters. The report highlights the Forum’s accomplishments in:
supporting evidence-informed policy (EIP) about health and social systems in Canada
founding and enabling partnerships that support EIP about health systems internationally
founding and enabling partnerships that support EIP about the SDGs in Canada and internationally
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Top Ten insights on enhancing equitable access to assistive technologies
McMaster Health Forum
Presenter: Rosalie Wang (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto), Gail Mores (National Director, Community Engagement and AccessAbility Services, March of Dimes Canada) and Michael Wilson (Assistant Director, McMaster Health Forum | Forum+)
May 23, 2019 | Online | 10:00 AM MT
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Top Ten insights into expanding Social Systems Evidence to cover environmental factors
McMaster Health Forum
Presenter: Peter Bragge (Associate Professor and Director of Health Programs, Monash Sustainable Development Institute) and John Lavis (Director of the McMaster Health Forum | Forum+)
June 19, 2019 | Online | 1:00 PM MT
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Webinars in this series feature top ten insights into health- and social-systems, evidence-informed policymaking and a range of key health and social issues, from Forum experts and influential policymakers, stakeholders and researchers from around the world.
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