Fwd [ebpdn] 6 strategies for getting evidence into policy

30 October, 2018

The message below is forwarded from the Evidence Based Policy in Development Network

In their blog post Danielle Campbell and Gabriel Moore outline 6 strategies for getting evidence into policy:

1. system for commissioning rapid reviews responsive to policy maker needs

2. tailored approaches to presenting research findings to policy makers

3. involve policy makers in research teams and networks

4. interactive seminars for communicating evidence to policy makers

5. build individual & organisational capacity to consume research evidence

6. fund institutional-level collaborations

See: http://i2insights.org/2018/10/30/strategies-for-evidence-backed-policies/

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Best wishes, Neil

Coordinator, HIFA Project on Evidence-Informed Policy and Practice

http://www.hifa.org/projects/evidence-informed-policy-and-practice

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