The First World Evidence-based Healthcare (EBHC) Day will be held on 20 October 2020. It is a global initiative that raises awareness of the need for better evidence to inform healthcare policy, practice and decision making in order to improve health outcomes globally.
World EBHC day is an opportunity to educate a broad audience about the importance of evidence-based healthcare and the need for better evidence to inform healthcare policy and practice, and encourage debate and discussion amongst the global evidence community.
The theme of the First World Evidence-based Healthcare (EBHC) Day is ‘from evidence to impact’.
WORLD EVIDENCE-BASED HEALTHCARE MESSAGE
Educate a broad audience about the importance of evidence-based healthcare and the need for better evidence to inform health policy and practice
Be bold in our thinking, encouraging debate and discussion amongst the global evidence community on advancements in evidence-based healthcare
Highlight the successes, challenges and experiences of the global evidence community in furthering the science and practice of evidence-based healthcare
Celebrate impact, of researchers, academics, students, clinicians, consumers, patients and other agents of change who are driving improvements in the quality and outcomes of healthcare globally.
#WorldEBHCday2020 | #EvidenceToImpact #EBHC
More info: https://worldebhcday.org
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