Register now for online participation in the forthcoming qualitative evidence Symposium!
From 9 to 11 October 2019, the first Symposium on using qualitative evidence to inform decisions in the SDG era will be held in Brasilia. Abstract and workshop submissions for the Symposium are now open (https://qesymposium.org/submissions/) and we welcome submissions from all sectors.
Registration for face-to-face participation in the Symposium will open soon and we hope that many people will travel to Brasilia for this important gathering. If you are interested in the Symposium themes (https://qesymposium.org/programme/) but will not be able to travel to Brasilia, you can register now for the virtual Symposium. The virtual Symposium will include live webcasts of key Symposium sessions and opportunities to participate in plenary discussions.
Join the dialogue by registering for the virtual Symposium here: https://qesymposium.org/virtual-registration/
The Symposium organisers
Fiocruz Brasilia and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health
HIFA profile: Simon Lewin is a health systems researcher at the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services (www.nokc.no) and the Medical Research Council of South Africa (www.mrc.ac.za). His work is mainly in the field of implementation research, including systematic reviews of health systems interventions; the development and evaluation of strategies for changing professional and user behaviours and the organization of care; and the use of lay or community health workers to deliver care. He is an editor for the Cochrane Consumers and Communication Review Group and the Cochrane Effective Practice and Organisation of Care Review Group. He is a member of the HIFA working group on CHWs:
Email: simon.lewin AT nokc.no