I would very much appreciate 15 minutes of your time. How do you share and learn about evidence for best practices in global health? Please help us at the USAID Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development Project to develop a tool for communicating global health implementation activities and evidence. Please see the survey link below. We hope to hear from you!
How do you share and learn about evidence to advance the implementation of best practices in global health?
The USAID Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development (HEARD) Project works to accelerate evidence to use, including developing innovative ways to communicate and package evidence on best practices for researchers, implementers, and decision makers alike. To support these efforts, we are building a web-based platform for communicating global health implementation activities and evidence.
We are contacting you as a potential contributor to and user of this important platform. Please help us build something useful by filling out this short survey by August 17 (takes about 15 minutes) and feel free to forward the survey on your colleagues and networks. We hope to hear from implementers, policymakers, researchers, and advocates about the different ways they prefer to share and consume the evidence that can inform improvements in health services and programs around the world.
We look forward to hearing your thoughts.
Calling all implementers, policymakers, advocates, and researchers! What makes a #globalHealth case study useful? Take a few minutes to share your thoughts here: bit.ly/casestudysurvey @HEARDProject
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