This potential and development of
evidence-based policy making, and implementation workshop will focus on
how to find and use the best available evidence from research and
evaluation to develop and implement policy successfully
It is intended to support better
decision-making using policy analysis throughout the different stages of
the policy process (preparation and planning, decision making,
implementation, and monitoring and evaluation). The workshop considers
what constitutes evidence for policy-making purposes and how robust
research evidence can be used to improve policymaking.
What the workshop will cover
During the course you will be able to:
Gain a better understanding of the meaning, potential and development of evidence-based policymaking
Understand how to use research evidence to develop policy strategically and operationally
How to use evidence to implement and monitor policy effectively and efficiently
Review critical appraisal techniques to identify higher and lower quality evidence
Know how to compile high-quality evidence in performance-managed government and resource allocation
Develop your understanding of cost-benefit and cost effectiveness analysis (economic appraisal)
Learn how to draw upon examples of evidence-based policymaking from different countries.
How participants will benefit
The workshop will enable you to:
Make better policies and decisions about policies and services by using the best available evidence to form your judgments
Make critical judgments about evidence
from research and evaluation, and understand how this fit with other
factors that influence and inform policymaking
Mentor colleagues in evidence-based policymaking and in how to use research evidence
Procure and manage research and evaluation, and professional analytical services, effectively and efficiently.
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