04 Oct NCCMT Launches Second Issue of the EIDM Casebook
The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools’ (NCCMT) Evidence-Informed Decision Making Casebook Issue 2 and Peer-to-Peer Webinar Series.
Are you a public health professional interested in using evidence to inform public health practice, programs or policy? The newly launched second issue of the Evidence-Informed Decision Making (EIDM) Casebook is a collection of stories from organizations across Canada that highlight the use of evidence in practice, or initiative to build capacity for EIDM. Click here to access the EIDM Casebook online to learn how your colleagues contribute to evidence-informed public health practice.
Are you interested in engaging with public health practitioners who are featured in the second issue of the EIDM Casebook? Don’t miss the Peer-to-Peer Webinar Series, returning this fall. Learn more about how the EIDM Casebook authors used or implemented EIDM in the real world!