Trust and truth in health research

Tuesday 24 November 2020

10.00 - 12.00 

Session A: Understanding health misinformation and disinformation

With so many claims made about health, this session will help address how to recognise reliable claims, think critically and make more informed decisions about health policy, practice and personal health choices.


15.00 - 17.00

Session B: Assessing the credibility of health claims

This session will explore the concept of evidence-based medicine and the important role of health practitioners and patients in the critical analysis of evidence to make informed decisions about health.

Wednesday 25 November 2020

14.00 - 17.00

Session C: Responsibility and integrity in reporting health research

This session will address the role of researchers, funders, policymakers and media to ensure that approaches to conducting and reporting research, as well as communicating outcomes, are reliable and robust. 


Registration is available for session A, B and C. You can attend all three or choose your preference.

Transition to online

We are proud to take a new direction and announce our first online conference. We believe transitioning to an online platform has numerous benefits, including improved accessibility as well as adhering to our commitment towards environmental sustainability. We will be using a custom-built online platform that will support live Q&A interaction as well as providing opportunities for networking.