21 Dec NCCMT Call for Abstracts – closes December 23rd
Have you incorporated evidence-informed decision making (EIDM) into your public health practice? Has a specific method or tool proven to be helpful for promoting the use of research where you work? If so, the NCCMT would love to hear from you!
The NCCMT is currently collecting success stories related to EIDM in public health. Any individual or team with a story to share is encouraged to submit a 300- to 500-word abstract describing their efforts to incorporate EIDM into public health practice and/or policy.
Details about abstract submission can be found here. The deadline for abstract submission is December 23, 2016.
Selected abstracts will be developed into 3-5 page stories and included in an online casebook that will help illustrate what EIDM looks like across Canada.
Authors of selected stories will be eligible to participate in a proposed panel presentation at CPHA 2017, including up to $1,500 in sponsorship toward attendance. Selected stories will also be included in an article to be submitted to the Canadian Journal of Public Health.