Evidence advisory bodies in health policy: Deepening our understanding of the politics of research utilisation. Justin Parkhurst and Marco Liverani. International Conference on Public Policy, Grenoble, 2013.
Analysing evidence use in national health policy-making: An institutional approach. Stefanie Ettelt and Ben Hawkins. International Conference on Public Policy, Grenoble, 2013.
‘Credible, legitimate and salient’ – the good governance of health policy evidence. Ben Hawkins, Justin Parkhurst, and Sudeepa Abeysinghe. International Conference on Public Policy, Grenoble, 2013.
The use of evidence in health policy: The practical implications of getting research into practice. Sudeepa Abeysinghe and Justin Parkhurst. Causality and Experimentation in the Sciences, Paris, 2013.
Evidence-informed health policy: Investigating how contestation of evidence is framed. Sudeepa Abeysinghe. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, UK, 2013.
Doubt, defiance, and identity: Resistance to male circumcision policy in Africa. Justin Parkhurst, David Chilongozi, and Eleanor Hutchinson. Association for Social Science and Humanities in HIV (ASSHH) Conference, Paris, 2013.
Politicising evidence for public health decision making – towards a ‘good governance of evidence’. Justin Parkhurst. Evidence in Healthcare Reform Symposium, Brocher Foundation, Switzerland, 2013.
Values and the politics of evidence. Justin Parkhurst. Fair game – producing gambling research (launch event), London, 2014.
Studying ‘evidence use’ in health policy in Germany and England: An institutional approach. Stefanie Ettelt. Kolloquium “Vergleichende Analyse Politischer Systeme”, Berlin, 2014.
Evidence and health policy: The conceptual, institutional and political dynamics of evidence informed policy making. Ben Hawkins and Justin Parkhurst. Evidence in the Sciences Conference, UK, 2012.
The cohabitation of opposite policy paradigms: The case of GMOs in Ghana. Elisa Vecchione and Namrata Verma. 10th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis, Lille, 2015.
The use of evidence within policy evaluation in health in Ghana: Implications for accountability and democratic governance. Elisa Vecchione and Justin Parkhurst. International Conference on Public Policy, Milan, 2015.
Aligning evidence, authority, and representation: Insights from a comparative analysis of evidence advisory systems for health policy making in six countries. Justin Parkhurst, Stefanie Ettelt, Ben Hawkins, Elisa Vecchione, Marco Liverani, and Arturo Alvarez-Rosete. International Conference on Public Policy, Milan, 2015.
Judicial activism and health policy in Colombia: The implications for evidence informed policy making. Ben Hawkins and Arturo Alvarez-Rosete. European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Prague, 2016.
Judicial activism and public policy in Colombia: health system reform, the ‘tutela’ system and the implications for evidence informed policy. Ben Hawkins and Arturo Alvarez-Rosete. International Conference on Public Policy, Milan, 2015.
Scientific evidence, politics, and law: The case of regulating hospital minimum volumes in Germany. Stefanie Ettelt. International Conference on Public Policy, Milan, 2015; and Spaces of Evidence Early Career Researcher Seminar, UK, 2015.