|Syntheses of evidence are of immense importance to clinical medicine, health systems and policy decision-making as well as in program implementation. The synthesis of evidence in a timely manner, using a fit-for-purpose approach, with clear articulation of purpose and proposed use, is a crucial component the global health ecosystem. Evidence syntheses can not only effectively illuminate global health problems but can also help challenge policy assumptions and offer implementation recommendations across diverse contexts. This seminar is one of a series on evidence synthesis for global health.|
The first seminar hosts Dr Zohra Lassi, who would deliver a lecture on how evidence synthesis shaped the space of child and adolescent primary care followed by audience interaction and a fireside chat hosted with Dr Devaki Nambiar. Dr Soumyadeep Bhaumik will deliver the welcome note for the series.
The seminar is free to attend : https://www.georgeinstitute.org.in/events/evidence-synthesis-for-global-health