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An evidence-based approach to decision making in the humanitarian sector


An Evidence-Based Approach to Decision Making in the Humanitarian Sector
Workshop (free to attend) – 22 June 2017, 14.30 – 16.00
The Workshop
Evidence-based decision making is now commonplace in most sectors of policy and practice. It helps policy makers and practitioners make better decisions, and achieve better outcomes, …

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An introduction to research synthesis and systematic reviews in the humanitarian context (Oxford, UK)


Course Outline
Building on Evidence Aid’s successful and popular courses on systematic reviews in a wide variety of settings, Dr Philip Davies will run this one-day Evidence Aid course on research synthesis and (especially) systematic reviews of existing evidence in the context of disasters and the …

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An introduction to evidence-based interventions in emergency and humanitarian contexts: A systematic reviews approach. Training workshop hosted by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) in Washington D.C., USA

Mike Clarke presenting

Presentations: We are grateful to the speakers for their presentations which are now available online as follows: Mike Clarke – Evidence Summaries; Luis Gabriel Cuervo – Sharing insights; Elizabeth Alvarez, Daniel Felipe Patino and Michael Wilson – Finding and using evidence to inform health system responses for disaster relief; Michelle …

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