The need for scientists, researchers, policymakers, knowledge brokers, clinicians and consumers to work together around the world has never been greater. It is an important time to reflect on how research and evidence have served the needs of policymakers, clinicians and others to deliver trustworthy evidence to inform decisions. In looking back, we can chart a path forward both in the long road ahead for COVID-19 and how to meet urgent evidence needs that may arise in future public health crises.
WANT TO BECOME AN EVIDENCE AMBASSADOR FOR WORLD EBHC DAY ?
To become an Evidence Ambassador, you or your organisation will:
As an Evidence Ambassador, you will be provided with a digital Evidence Ambassador Pack, which will include guidance on how to engage with the theme, and a range of ready-to-use electronic resources for web and social sharing.
If you are interested in becoming an Evidence Ambassador in 2022, please contact: [email protected] for further information.