QESymposium, Brasilia 8-11 October: Registration is now open for all - limited places available

27 August, 2019

Dear colleagues,

Registration is now open for anyone who wants to attend the Qualitative Evidence Symposium in Brasilia from 8-11 October 2019: https://qesymposium.org/open-registration/. Please note that abstract and workshop submissions are now closed but limited places are available for all who are interested in attending.

More about the Symposium

The first Symposium on using qualitative evidence to inform decisions in the SDG era will take place in Brasilia from 8-11 October 2019. The Symposium will advance conversations and collaborations on innovative ways of using qualitative evidence to broaden and humanise decision and policy-making processes to achieve the SDGs. The Symposium will also explore the tools and methods needed to support the translation of qualitative evidence into policy and practice, and will examine ways of strengthening capacity in this area, particularly in the global South.

Registration is now open for anyone interested in participating, including scholars, evidence users, evidence brokers, research commissioners and others from across sectors. To register for the Symposium, visit the Symposium website: https://qesymposium.org/open-registration/

Best wishes


Sent on behalf of the 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