Global Evidence Summit, Cape Town, South Africa, 13-16 Sept, 2017 #GESummit17
The Global Evidence Summit 2017 aims to advance the use of reliable research evidence in addressing some of the world’s most serious health and social challenges.
It is therefore with great excitement that PHISICC will feature in the program.
On behalf of the team, Meike Zuske and Christian Auer will present two critical papers highlighting the PHISICC approach – namely, the role of Human Centred Design and the value of Real World Evidence in addressing primary health care decision making in LMIC.
We look forward to sharing our findings with you all in Cape Town!
Click below to view abstracts:
“Real-Real world evidence” to understand the use of health information systems for decision making
Involving health workers by placing them in the centre: how Human-Centred Design can positively impact research and evidence synthesis
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