We have participated to the HEPA Europe Conference and one of the similarities between the presentations in the Symposim 1: Collaboration and intersectoral approaches to promote physical activity and active living – insights for policywhere REPOPA was also presented, was the fact that, you need to have a national/governmental interest in evidence informed policy making (EIPM) in order to see a change in the use of evidence into policy.

Therefore, the question is, how do we raise this interest at national/governmental level?

If you have any examples of good practices, please share them using the post comments button.



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