Call for Abstracts for Issue 3 of the Evidence-Informed Decision Making (EIDM) Casebook
The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) is launching a third issue of the successful EIDM Casebook. If you or your organization use EIDM in public health practice, programs and policies, consider submitting a description of your efforts to this growing collection of success stories that illustrate what EIDM looks like in practice, across Canada and around the world.
The EIDM Casebook also helps build new partnerships and connections. An author of a Casebook story has noted that since publication of their story, they have received expressions of interest to present on their work and to collaborate from across Canada and internationally.
You may also be selected to present your story in our Peer-to-Peer webinar series.
The call for abstracts will close March 15, 2019.
Follow this link for more information on eligibility, the selection process, and to download the abstract submission template.