Since the 2004 World Report on Knowledge for Better Health, the field of evidence-informed policymaking has seen a marked increase in the number of organisations (government and academic research units, think tanks, aid agencies, NGOs etc.) that focus on at least one aspect of the getting research into policy and practice spectrum.
Considering this, GRIP-Health recommends the following resources for policymakers, researchers, and organisations interested in:
- How to improve research uptake
- How to build research uptake systems
- How to evaluate research uptake efforts
- How to study evidence use from a political perspective