Research evidence for healthy public policy: Learning across jurisdictions and sectors
Fuse 2018 is an international conference convened to support the use of research evidence in policy-making that promotes and protects the health of citizens.
Now in its fourth year, and first in North America, Fuse 2018 will explore the challenges faced when using evidence, including conflicting evidence, in policy-making.
Fuse 2018 will focus on how best to produce, integrate and communicate research evidence to develop and evaluate policies in public health.
In addition to keynote and plenary sessions, Fuse 2018 will provide opportunities for conversation and knowledge exchange at an international level, during workshops, oral presentations and abstract sessions led by presenters from seven countries.
Fuse is open to researchers, policy-makers, public health practitioners and other research users with an interest in public and population health.
Tickets are limited to facilitate conversation and knowledge exchange amongst attendees.
Visit 2018FuseConference.ca for program information and to secure your place.
Fuse 2018 is co-hosted by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, the BC Ministry of Health, the Public Health Association of BC, and the UK’s Fuse Centre for Translational Research in Public Health.