X Factor: what history, hip hop and human interaction can teach us about evidence in public health policymaking

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"The Health Foundation hosted a unique and lively event called ‘X Factor for evidence for the public’s health’. Based very loosely on the popular television programme, the aim was to launch a conversation about diversifying the evidence and reasoning that we use for addressing pressing and complex public health issues and health inequalities."

Marisa de Andrade was voted as most compelling case by live audience and online interactive voters for creative-relational approaches to evidence health and inequalities.

Period7 Feb 2018

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  • TitleHome>Blog X Factor: what history, hip hop and human interaction can teach us about evidence in public health policymaking
    Media name/outletHealth Foundation Blog
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date7/02/18
    Description"The Health Foundation hosted a unique and lively event called ‘X Factor for evidence for the public’s health’. Based very loosely on the popular television programme, the aim was to launch a conversation about diversifying the evidence and reasoning that we use for addressing pressing and complex public health issues and health inequalities."

    Marisa de Andrade was voted as most compelling case by live audience and online interactive voters for creative-relational approaches to evidence health and inequalities.
    PersonsMarisa De Andrade