9:00am - 5:00pm
Newcastle, UK

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September, 2021 (Dates to be confirmed)

Registration will re-open when we have new dates confirmed for 2021. Any tickets purchased for 2020 can be transferred to 2021, or refunded. Please contact us on info@fuseconference.net with any queries.

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Conference

(Postponed) 2021 Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health

The 5th Fuse International Conference is POSTPONED until September, 2021. 

The conference theme is “Learning from Setbacks and Successes”.

The Fifth Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health in Public Health is a two-day conference taking place at The Crowne Plaza, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK in September 2020.

While the evidence base on successful practices in knowledge exchange is growing rapidly, much less attention has been given to documenting setbacks when academics, practitioners and policy makers collaborate (or not!) to develop, exchange or use different types of evidence. However, learning from these setbacks is just as important, if not more crucial, than celebrating successes.

This conference aims to create a safe space in which academics, practitioners and policy makers can reflect together on the potential threats to successful knowledge exchange, in order to develop important lessons on how knowledge exchange practices and research can be improved, turning setbacks into successes.

Registration will re-open when new dates are confirmed for 2021. Any tickets purchased for 2020 can be transferred to 2021, or refunded. Please contact  info@fuseconference.net with any queries.

Read more details on the Conference and Call for Abstracts. 

MSFHR is offering to provide travel funding and registration fees for up to three (3) BC-based research trainees whose abstracts are accepted for the fifth Fuse Conference. Funding will be based on a first-come, first-served basis with proof of abstract acceptance via an email to Gayle Scarrow, Director, Knowledge Translation at MSFHR, (gscarrow@msfhr.org).