New competition encourages advocacy for better research in developing countries
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INASP/Research4Life contest highlights critical role of doctors, researchers and librarians in advocating for an evidence-based policy
To highlight the critical role that doctors, researchers, librarians and policymakers play in advocating their leaders to support research in their institutions and countries, Research4Life joined with INASP to launch an advocacy competition. The aim of the contest is to find case studies that show how users have overcome hurdles to boost critical leadership support for the information and infrastructural resources needed to improve evidence based health care, agriculture and environmental policies as well as basic research in their countries.
Read the full article here: “New competition encourages advocacy for better research in developing countries“, Ylann Schemm, 30 June 2016
How to apply:
Information and submission forms: http://www.research4life.org/research4life-inasp-advocacy-competition/
Deadline: September 15, 2016