Activity: Conferences and workshops › Participation in workshop, seminar or course
Researchers are often baffled by the inability of governments to follow scientific evidence in policy-making. This presentation will draw upon cutting edge theories of public policy, relevant case studies, and the presenters’ own experiences in working on health policies. The presenters share their insights on how researchers can navigate the often frustrating world of politics and policy. Topics will include power, agenda setting, policy entrepreneurship, coalition-building, and networks. This talk is intended to benefit both researchers and professional staff seeking to influence the public sphere, whether to access revenue streams for research or to shape policy decisions.