This workshop will help busy policy and program professionals understand how to critically appraise research when designing their policy and programs.
The workshop will include a practical focus on how to use tools when critically appraising research to judge its quality and relevance to ‘real world’ policy and program design.
Participants will gain
- A greater understanding of different types of evidence from research.
- Information to know where to access research evidence.
- Experience using tools to critically appraise research to asses if it is.
- high quality
- relevant for the policy and program being designed.
Who should attend?
The workshop will be valuable for policy makers and program managers/implementers with some experience working with research who want to gain tools and skills to critically appraise research evidence.
About the presenter – A/Professor Mary Haines
Mary Haines (PhD) is a Senior Adviser at the Sax Institute and an Adjunct A/Professor at the School of Public Health, Menzies Centre for Health Policy at the University of Sydney. Mary has over 20 years’ experience working in senior positions across the government, academic, corporate and independent sectors on policy, health research, evaluation and translational initiatives. Mary has senior executive service and board level experience in the NSW Government. Mary has led research projects that have resulted in new knowledge about how to implement evidence-based care within health systems that has been harnessed by policy agencies and service providers.
Cost: $300 per person (including GST and booking fee)
RSVP: Deadline to register is 5pm Thursday 25 October. Places for this event are limited to 30.
For more information please contact Jillian Hutchinson.
E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 02 9188 9595