Lost in Translation? Getting Evidence into Policy

9.00
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COFFEE
Chair: Sir David Carter
9.30
Welcome
Prof John Frank, Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy, Edinburgh

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9.40
A Systems Approach to Getting Evidence into Policy
Prof Allan Best, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia
10.20
Case Study 1: Alcohol Policy
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Prof David Leon, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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10.40
Case Study 2: Smoke-free Legislation
Sally Haw, Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy, Edinburgh

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11.00
Case Study 3: Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy, Edinburgh
Prof John Frank, Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy, Edinburgh
11.20
COFFEE
11.40
Evidence into Policy: practical realities
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Prof David Gough, Institute of Education, London
12.10
Panel session
Discussant
Prof Allan Best, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia
Discussant
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Dr Laurence Gruer, NHS Health Scotland, Glasgow

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Discussant
Prof Huw Davies, Social Dimensions of Health Institute, Universities of Dundee and St Andrews
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1.30

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LUNCH

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Slides

Allan Best – A Systems Approach to Getting Evidence into Policy
David Leon – Case Study 1 : Alcohol Policy
Sally Haw – Case Study 2: Scotland’€™s Smoke-free Legislation
John Frank – Case Study 3: The Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy

Resources

Audio: Alan Best – A Systems Approach to Getting Evidence into Policy:

 
Audio: David Leon – Case Study 1: Alcohol Policy

 
Audio: Sally Haw – Case Study 2: Scotland’€™s Smoke-free Legislation

 
Audio: John Frank – Case Study 3: The Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy

 
Audio: David Gough – Evidence into Policy: Practical Realities

 
Audio: Panel Discussion