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    Evidence, policy, impact: WHO guide for evidence-informed decision-making

    Strengthening the use of research evidence to advance health impact - To improve health and well-being and accelerate the achievement of the Triple Billion targets, we need better evidence for better decisions. There are moral, socioeconomic and political arguments to increase the use of research in deci...

    Bridging research and practice: models for dissemination and implementation research

    Am. j. prev. med; 43 (3), 2012
    Context—Theories and frameworks (hereafter called models) enhance dissemination and implementation (D&I) research by making the spread of evidence-based interventions more likely. This work organizes and synthesizes these models by: (1) developing an inventory of models used in D&I research; (2) synthe...

    Using research evidence for policy-making: rapid response

    The Evidence-informed Policy Network (EVIPNet) Europe is an initiative of the WHO Regional Office for Europe. It supports WHO Member States to develop a culture and practice of designing health policies based on the best available research evidence. Annual Network meetings with a different composition of...

    What is the evidence on policies, interventions and tools for establishing and/or strengthening national health research systems and their effectiveness?

    High-quality research is important for improving population health and well-being and for achieving the health-related Sustainable Development Goals. The challenges facing individuals, organizations and countries in securing research funding and building research capacity, and then using these resources ...