Evidence-informed Public Health Short course - Melbourne, Australia

For effective planning, implementation and evaluation.
Thursday 14th - Friday 15th July 2016 at Graduate House, Leicester St, Carlton, Victoria.
Presented by Public Health Insight, University of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.

This two-day practical workshop helps participants develop skills and confidence in using evidence in decision-making and practice. Course areas include:
•    Defining, searching for, and accessing evidence quickly and easily
•    Assessing the quality and relevance of evidence
•    Applying evidence to planning, practice and policy
•    Evaluation, practice-based evidence
The course also explores organisational strategies that may support practitioners to work in an 'evidence-informed' way.  
The course has been designed for practitioners, planners, project officers, advisors and managers working in areas such as health promotion, public health and community services/development; in settings such as Local government, community health, primary care partnership, State and Federal government, and Non-government organisations.

Register: University of Melbourne e-cart
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