CECAN Events Archive

What works at the nexus? Evidence, policy and the prospects for transdisciplinary research

James WilsdonYou are warmly invited to the first CECAN seminar of 2017: "What works at the nexus? Evidence, policy and the prospects for transdisciplinary research," given by Professor James Wilsdon of the University of Sheffield.

January 25th 2017, 1-2 pm, Food Standards Agency, London 

Seminar Summary:

At all levels of government, the ecosystem of institutions and individuals engaged in expert advice and evidence-informed policymaking is more diverse than ever before. Distinct yet overlapping communities of research, policy and practice are congregating around a core set of questions about how to improve the provision, communication, relevance and application of evidence to policymaking.

CECAN Seminar: "Complexity, Power and Evidence in the UK Healthcare Sector: A Case Study of E-Health Research"

 

Trish Greenhalgh

 

You are warmly invited to the latest in CECAN's seminar series.

"Complexity, Power and Evidence in the UK Healthcare Sector: A Case Study of E-Health Research"

Trish Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences and Fellow of Green Templeton College at the University of Oxford. 

November 11th 2016, 1-2 pm, Food Standards Agency, London 


 

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CECAN Seminar: Evaluating Policy Scenarios with Micro-Simulation

peter davis CECAN seminar

 

You are warmly invited to the latest in CECAN's seminar series.

"Evaluating Policy Scenarios with Micro-Simulation" will be held on 3rd October 2016 at DECC, 3 Whitehall Place, London  1-2pm (12.45pm prompt registration)

Peter Davis is Professor of Sociology, specialising in health and well-being, at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, with cross-appointments at that university in the Department of Statistics and in the School of Population Health. He is also founding Director of the COMPASS Research Centre, a grant-funded centre that has promoted the application of advanced methodological techniques in the social sciences for over a decade. 

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