The Alliance of Science: Evidence Synthesis for Public Policy
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What is evidence synthesis? How does it benefit public policy? And what’s in it for research and researchers? By exploring case studies from a range of research and policy areas, this seminar will explore these and related questions, with a view to encouraging and enabling more researchers across the University to engage in evidence synthesis for policy.
10 March 2020, 15:30 (Tuesday, 8th week, Hilary 2020)
Oxford Martin School, 34 Broad Street OX1 3BD
Seminar Room 1
Dr Ella Adlen (Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford),
Professor Sir John Beddington (former UK Chief Scientific Adviser),
Dr Claire Craig CBE (University of Oxford),
Professor Christl Donnelly (University of Oxford),
Professor Charles Godfray (University of Oxford),
Professor Carl Heneghan (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences),
Dame Helen Ghosh DCB (University of Oxford),
Professor Richard Wakeford (University of Manchester),
Dr Stephanie Tierney (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences),
Dr Kamal Mahtani (Nuffield Department of primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford)
Eleanor Bayley (University of Oxford),
William Pryor (University of Oxford)
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This event is open to researchers, academics and doctoral students at the University of Oxford only. Research support staff may be admitted on a case-by-case basis; those interested should email firstname.lastname@example.org. setting out their interest.