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Centre for Public Policy at IIMB and the George Institute for Global Health organize, ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’, September 5 to 7, 2024

EPHP2024 aims to advance dialogue among researchers, policymakers, and decision-makers in areas of health governance, policy and institutional frameworks.

The Centre for Public Policy at IIM Bangalore and the George Institute for Global Health, with support from Health Systems Global, will organize the 4th edition of ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’ at IIM Bangalore.

CPPP

EPHP (bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy) has served as a unique platform for promoting exchanges among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers for better population health since 2010. The platform advocates for fair and sustainable health systems.

The following are key themes for this year’s event:

  • Governance and institutional frameworks for complex health systems
  • Governance to strengthen public health & address commercial and cultural determinants
  • Stewardship of digital transformations including AI and big data
  • Implementation Research: Innovations in method and translation

 


Each session will feature a keynote talk by an Indian and international speaker highlighting the global and Indian scenario on a particular sub-theme, followed by a panel discussion where policy makers, implementers, community representatives, and academicians will strategize policy solutions.

In addition, researchers are requested to present their findings on various aspects of governance through oral presentations/ posters / art / photos etc. There will also be a skill building session on the 7 September for early career researchers. 
 

Abstract submissions are open until 30 June 2024.

For guidelines on key themes and event details, visit: IIMB

 

For guidelines on abstract submissions.
IIMB



This theme is derived from the eighth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR2024) (to be held from November 18th to 22nd in Nagasaki, Japan), but will focus on a regional and national standpoint. This is to ensure enhanced exchange, reform and research in India and beyond.
 

Organisers

Organisers

Add to Calendar 2024-09-05 05:30:00 2024-07-13 20:56:04 Centre for Public Policy at IIMB and the George Institute for Global Health organize, ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’, September 5 to 7, 2024 EPHP2024 aims to advance dialogue among researchers, policymakers, and decision-makers in areas of health governance, policy and institutional frameworks. The Centre for Public Policy at IIM Bangalore and the George Institute for Global Health, with support from Health Systems Global, will organize the 4th edition of ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’ at IIM Bangalore. EPHP (bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy) has served as a unique platform for promoting exchanges among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers for better population health since 2010. The platform advocates for fair and sustainable health systems. The following are key themes for this year’s event: Governance and institutional frameworks for complex health systems Governance to strengthen public health & address commercial and cultural determinants Stewardship of digital transformations including AI and big data Implementation Research: Innovations in method and translation   Each session will feature a keynote talk by an Indian and international speaker highlighting the global and Indian scenario on a particular sub-theme, followed by a panel discussion where policy makers, implementers, community representatives, and academicians will strategize policy solutions. In addition, researchers are requested to present their findings on various aspects of governance through oral presentations/ posters / art / photos etc. There will also be a skill building session on the 7 September for early career researchers.    Abstract submissions are open until 30 June 2024. For guidelines on key themes and event details, visit:   For guidelines on abstract submissions. This theme is derived from the eighth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR2024) (to be held from November 18th to 22nd in Nagasaki, Japan), but will focus on a regional and national standpoint. This is to ensure enhanced exchange, reform and research in India and beyond.   Organisers .page-title{ padding-left:15px; } .blog-pull-right { float: right; display: none; } .region-content ul li { list-style: outside none none; margin: 0; padding: 0px 0 5px 42px; background: url("https://www.iimb.ac.in/sites/default/files/inline-images/cpp-conference-icon-2021.png") no-repeat scroll 11px 7px transparent; background-size: auto; background-size: 24px; } @media (min-width: 992px) { .col-md-9 { width: 100%; } .cpp-con-mobile-view{ position: absolute; top: 10%; padding: 34px; border-radius: 10px; border: 10px solid #dbd9d9; margin-left: 22px; background-color: #fdfbfb; } } IIM Bangalore IIM Bangalore communications@iimb.ac.in Asia/Kolkata public

Centre for Public Policy at IIMB and the George Institute for Global Health organize, ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’, September 5 to 7, 2024

Add to Calendar 2024-09-05 05:30:00 2024-07-13 20:56:04 Centre for Public Policy at IIMB and the George Institute for Global Health organize, ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’, September 5 to 7, 2024 EPHP2024 aims to advance dialogue among researchers, policymakers, and decision-makers in areas of health governance, policy and institutional frameworks. The Centre for Public Policy at IIM Bangalore and the George Institute for Global Health, with support from Health Systems Global, will organize the 4th edition of ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’ at IIM Bangalore. EPHP (bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy) has served as a unique platform for promoting exchanges among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers for better population health since 2010. The platform advocates for fair and sustainable health systems. The following are key themes for this year’s event: Governance and institutional frameworks for complex health systems Governance to strengthen public health & address commercial and cultural determinants Stewardship of digital transformations including AI and big data Implementation Research: Innovations in method and translation   Each session will feature a keynote talk by an Indian and international speaker highlighting the global and Indian scenario on a particular sub-theme, followed by a panel discussion where policy makers, implementers, community representatives, and academicians will strategize policy solutions. In addition, researchers are requested to present their findings on various aspects of governance through oral presentations/ posters / art / photos etc. There will also be a skill building session on the 7 September for early career researchers.    Abstract submissions are open until 30 June 2024. For guidelines on key themes and event details, visit:   For guidelines on abstract submissions. This theme is derived from the eighth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR2024) (to be held from November 18th to 22nd in Nagasaki, Japan), but will focus on a regional and national standpoint. This is to ensure enhanced exchange, reform and research in India and beyond.   Organisers .page-title{ padding-left:15px; } .blog-pull-right { float: right; display: none; } .region-content ul li { list-style: outside none none; margin: 0; padding: 0px 0 5px 42px; background: url("https://www.iimb.ac.in/sites/default/files/inline-images/cpp-conference-icon-2021.png") no-repeat scroll 11px 7px transparent; background-size: auto; background-size: 24px; } @media (min-width: 992px) { .col-md-9 { width: 100%; } .cpp-con-mobile-view{ position: absolute; top: 10%; padding: 34px; border-radius: 10px; border: 10px solid #dbd9d9; margin-left: 22px; background-color: #fdfbfb; } } IIM Bangalore IIM Bangalore communications@iimb.ac.in Asia/Kolkata public

EPHP2024 aims to advance dialogue among researchers, policymakers, and decision-makers in areas of health governance, policy and institutional frameworks.

The Centre for Public Policy at IIM Bangalore and the George Institute for Global Health, with support from Health Systems Global, will organize the 4th edition of ‘Bringing Evidence to Public Health Policy’ at IIM Bangalore.

CPPP

EPHP (bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy) has served as a unique platform for promoting exchanges among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers for better population health since 2010. The platform advocates for fair and sustainable health systems.

The following are key themes for this year’s event:

  • Governance and institutional frameworks for complex health systems
  • Governance to strengthen public health & address commercial and cultural determinants
  • Stewardship of digital transformations including AI and big data
  • Implementation Research: Innovations in method and translation

 


Each session will feature a keynote talk by an Indian and international speaker highlighting the global and Indian scenario on a particular sub-theme, followed by a panel discussion where policy makers, implementers, community representatives, and academicians will strategize policy solutions.

In addition, researchers are requested to present their findings on various aspects of governance through oral presentations/ posters / art / photos etc. There will also be a skill building session on the 7 September for early career researchers. 
 

Abstract submissions are open until 30 June 2024.

For guidelines on key themes and event details, visit: IIMB

 

For guidelines on abstract submissions.
IIMB



This theme is derived from the eighth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR2024) (to be held from November 18th to 22nd in Nagasaki, Japan), but will focus on a regional and national standpoint. This is to ensure enhanced exchange, reform and research in India and beyond.
 

Organisers

Organisers