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TOPHC 2012 - Producing Knowledge Syntheses that are Both Rigorous and Relevant to Policy-Makers
Florence Morestin introduced the NCCHPP's method for synthesizing knowledge about public policies.
Published in May 2012.  DescriptionDownload  2.38 MB
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The Centre was involved in presenting 3 different workshops on Tuesday April 3rd 2012 at The Ontario Public Health Conference (TOPHC). The Conference took place in Toronto from April 2nd to 4th, 2012.
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In one workshop, Florence Morestin introduced the NCCHPP's method for synthesizing knowledge about public policies. Producing Knowledge Syntheses that are Both Rigorous and Relevant to Policy-Makers is a workshop for public health practitioners who deal with public policies in the context of their work.

The presentation from this workshop was one of several held from 2010 to 2013. While we have chosen to leave this document available for downloading, we recommend a more recent (and improved-upon) version from JASP 2012, available here.

Producing Knowledge Syntheses that are Both Rigorous and Relevant to Policy-Makers
86 slides
  2.38 MB
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The NCCHPP was part of two other workshops at TOPHC – (click on the titles to learn more):
Exploring Public Engagement Models for Public Health Decision Making in Ontario

Dealing with Complex Public Health Issues Using an Evidence-Informed Approach

Visit the TOPHC website.


The production of the NCCHPP website has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada.