11:35 - 12:35
The Studio, Cannon St, Birmingham B2 5EP
Professor Liddy Goyder, SPHR researcher from the University of Sheffield will be delivering a workshop as part of the UKPHR Public Health Practitioner Conference 2018. The workshop will be chaired by Andrew Jones (UKPHR).
The workshop will:
- Cover the current “state of the art” in terms of nationally commissioned research,
evidence synthesis, guidance and models for informing practice, providing signposts to the
wealth of evidence-related resources on “what works” in public health practice.
- Identify some of the key questions that arise when we try and apply the wider research
evidence of “what works” in a local context (e.g. is evidence valid/ applicable/ relevant/
feasible/ affordable in our population? how best to share research evidence with local
opinion leaders and decision makers?)
- Identify and explore the complex issues and challenges in applying evidence in a local context
and share potential strategies to tackle them.