Exploring the Scottish Model of Evidence
Monday 15th of August 2016 Big Lottery Fund, Glasgow 1:00pm - 4:00pm
This roundtable discussion with key, senior cross-sector stakeholders will explore whether a distinctive approach to evidence is emerging in Scotland.
Scottish public policy is built around the four Christie Commission pillars of Prevention, People, Partnership and Performance, underpinned by the outcomes based National Performance Framework. It values local innovation, co-production and participation but in doing so challenges more traditional approaches to evidence use and production. This discussion will explore what a distinctive approach that takes into account the complexities of participation and co-production looks like, how it relates to existing evidence approaches and any implications for evidence producers and consumers.
This event is hosted by the Alliance in partnership with Carnegie UK Trust. Refreshments and lunch are available from 13.00, with the discussion beginning at 14.00.
Please note that attendance at this event is by invitation-only.
- Professor Carol Tannahill, Director, Glasgow Centre for Population Health
- Carolyn Sawers, The Big Lottery Fund Scotland
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