16th May 2017 17:30
Part of the Skoll Centre's Research for Action Seminar Series
Jenny Tran will talk about new research that explores decision-maker understandings of the relative merit of different types of evidence, how such data are interpreted and applied, and what practical support is required to improve evidence generation.
The objectives of the research were to understand (1) beliefs and attitudes towards the value of and types of evidence in scaling social innovations for health, (2) approaches to evidence generation and evaluation used in systems and policy change, and (3) how better evidence-generation can be undertaken and supported within social innovation in health.
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