This session includes presentations examining the role of the media and academics in knowledge translation, participatory decision-making and learning communities, “bottom-up” approaches to policy formulation and presenting research findings through data visualization.
- Pierre Ongolo-Zogo, Head, Centre for Development of Best Practices in Health, Central Hospital Yaoundé, Cameroon
Nasreen Jessani, Doctoral candidate, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA - Do academic knowledge brokers exist? An exploration of research-to-policy networks of faculty from six schools of public health in Kenya
- Jeffrey Knezovich, Policy Influence and Research Uptake Manager, Institute of Development Studies, United Kingdom - Data visualization: Making health systems data accessible to support people-centred health systems