Evidence Informed Health Policy – a new thematic series published by Implementation Science

The new series ‘Evidence
Informed Health Policy
’ published in Implementation Science discusses
the implementation of multi method studies conducted in three phases and the
synthesis of these three studies. This series of articles, all
written by John N Lavis,
Ray Moynihan, Andrew D Oxman and Elizabeth J Paulsen, provides support for the use of
research evidence in developing health policies.

The series
is comprised of four articles as follows:

Research article

Evidence-informed health policy 1 – Synthesis of
findings from a multi-method study of organizations that support the use of
research evidence
John N Lavis, Andrew D Oxman, Ray Moynihan,
Elizabeth J Paulsen
Implementation Science 2008, 3:53
(17 December 2008)
[Abstract]
[Provisional
PDF
] [PubMed]

Research article

Evidence-informed health policy 2 – Survey of
organizations that support the use of research evidence
John N Lavis, Elizabeth J Paulsen, Andrew D Oxman,
Ray Moynihan
Implementation Science 2008, 3:54
(17 December 2008)
[Abstract]
[Provisional
PDF
] [PubMed] [Related
articles
] [Cited on
BioMed Central
]

Research article

Evidence-informed health policy 3 – Interviews with the
directors of organizations that support the use of research evidence
John N Lavis, Andrew D Oxman, Ray Moynihan,
Elizabeth J Paulsen
Implementation Science 2008, 3:55
(17 December 2008)
[Abstract]
[Provisional
PDF
] [PubMed]

Research article

Evidence-informed health policy 4 – Case descriptions
of organizations that support the use of research evidence
John N Lavis, Ray Moynihan, Andrew D Oxman,
Elizabeth J Paulsen
Implementation Science 2008, 3:56
(17 December 2008)
[Abstract]
[Provisional
PDF
] [PubMed]

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Implementation Science aims to publish research relevant to the scientific study of
methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in
both clinical and policy contexts. The
journal is overseen by Editors-in-Chief Martin Eccles and Brian Mittman.

Written by Tim Allen, Aquisitions Editor.

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