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Inaugural visit of Evidence Aid to Melbourne, Australia – two training courses and 13th Skip Burkle lecture

Melbourne pic for website

Disaster Research @ Monash – 6th Annual Research Symposium: Strengthening the evidence-base on the effectiveness of interventions in disasters and humanitarian crises
The Inaugural Visit of Evidence Aid to Oceania in November 2018
An introduction to systematic reviews in the humanitarian sector: 1-day Evidence Aid course, 9.00am – 5.00pm. …

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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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