Physical activity policies need to be evidence informed, but what is actually behind the term evidence and how does it inform? During the last decades…
When we say evidence – what do we mean?
Maja Bertram holds a MSc degree in Public Health and a PhD degree in Health Science. She is currently working at the Research Unit for Health Promotion, Department for Public Health at University of Southern Denmark. Her main research interest is knowledge integration and health policy development. At this point in time she is working in the REPOPA project (REsearch into POlicy to enhance Physical Activity, repopa.eu). She can be contacted via the email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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