The Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health is an opportunity for international scholars, policy-makers, community-based organizations, and the public to come together and engage in discussions around research translation in public health, build sustainable capacity, and build effective and lasting partnerships.
The theme is “The Promise of Engaging the Public in Public Health.”
Who should attend?
Researchers, academics, policymakers, practitioners, students, and individuals or organizations engaging with public health issues.
Who is hosting?
The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research (BCTR) welcomes you to Cornell University and Ithaca, New York. The BCTR, named after Urie Bronfenbrenner, aims to expand, strengthen and speed the connections between research, policy, and practice – all to enhance human development, health and well-being. The BCTR is housed in Cornell’s College of Human Ecology.