The volunteers of scientific evidence
Almost 1000 collaborators participate in our process that brings scientific evidence to everyone
On April 7th, the world celebrated the International Health Day, and this year it held the title of “Universal Health: for everyone, everywhere”. This year the celebration has as a main priority to promote and strengthen access without discrimination to health services and to improve the understanding of universal health.
In Epistemonikos Foundation we believe that strengthening access to health information is crucial to improve it, especially the access to scientific evidence, to promote and facilitate its use when making decisions that can improve people’s quality of life.
Our Network of Collaborators works with great dedication in the process of synthesis of the evidence compiled by our Epistemonikos database, while our team advances in the maintenance and creation of new tools that facilitate this process, in addition to providing the evidence in an easy and universal way, to people who need it or who should know it, from patients to creators of public policies that will impact on the quality of life of the population.
Our calling to all is to work and improve health from scientific evidence. Get to know our L·OVE tool, which seeks to facilitate the process of production and synthesis of evidence, be a part of our Network of Collaborators and those we seek to protect with evidence