|Title:||Knowledge brokers and rapid reviews: what do they do and how do they do it?|
Menzies Centre for Health Policy
|Abstract:||Knowledge brokering is a strategy frequently utilised to increase interaction between policymakers and researchers and build capacity for research. The Sax Institute uses knowledge brokers in one-off brief interventions to commission rapid reviews for use in decision making. Using knowledge brokers has been found to increase the clarity of rapid review proposals, yet little is known about how knowledge brokers assist policymakers to define their rapid research needs.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Menzies Centre for Health Policy|
|Type of Work:||Presentation|
|Appears in Collections:||Emerging Health Policy Research Conference (Annual)|
|MOORE_KB_2016 Menzies for circulation.pdf||317.07 kB||Adobe PDF|
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