Our Interviews With Health Care Managers And Policy-Makers Suggest That They Would Beneath From Having Information

Minakshi Kori

Abstract


Researchers could help to ensure that the future £woof systematic reviews will better inform health care management and policy-making by involving health care managers and policy-makers in their production and better highlighting information that is relevant for decisions. Research funders could help to ensure that the global stock of systematic reviews will better inform health care management and policymaking by supporting and evaluating local adaptation processes such as developing and making available online more user-friendly ‘front ends’ for potentially relevant systematic reviews.


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