Evidence-based decision making: Who's counting the evidence and whose evidence counts? - video
by Professor Peter Piot (Imperial College London), Malcolm McNeil (Department for International Development), Dr Kalipso Chalkidou (NICE International) and Dr Sanjoy Bhattacharya (Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL)
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'Evidence-based policy and practice' tends to assume a direct relationship between the gathering of evidence (through research for example) and the use of that evidence in public policy making. In reality the relationship between evidence and policy is much more complex. On 10th February 2010 our symposium brought together speakers from the worlds of research, funding bodies and public policy, to discuss who uses evidence and how they use it.
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