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pdf.png Using theory of change to design and evaluate public health interventions: a systematic review 2016

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Despite the increasing popularity of the theory of change (ToC) approach, little is known about the extent to which ToC has been used in the design and evaluation of public health interventions. This review aims to determine how ToCs have been developed and used in the development and evaluation of public health interventions globally.



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pdf.png A systematic review of the use of the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research 2016 HOT

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In 2009, Damschroder et al. developed the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR), which provides a comprehensive listing of constructs thought to influence implementation. This systematic review assesses the extent to which the CFIR’s use in implementation research fulfills goals set forth by Damschroder et al. in terms of breadth of use, depth of application, and contribution to implementation research.



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pdf.png USING EVIDENCE What works? A discussion paper 2016

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This discussion paper gives an introduction to, and discussion of, a project – The Science of Using Science – that reviewed the literature on effective strategies to increase the use of research evidence. The research was undertaken by the EPPI-Centre at UCL. This paper provides over 30 examples and case studies of successful efforts to increase research uptake.



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Theme 5: Improving policy implementation through evidence use