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pdf.png Sustainability of knowledge translation interventions in healthcare decision-making: a scoping review 2016 HOT

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Knowledge translation (KT, also known as research utilization, and sometimes referring to implementation science) is a dynamic and iterative process that includes the synthesis, dissemination, exchange, and ethically sound application of knowledge to improve health. A KT intervention is one which facilitates the uptake of research. The long-term sustainability of KT interventions is unclear. We aimed to characterize KT interventions to manage chronic diseases that have been used for healthcare outcomes beyond 1 year or beyond the termination of initial grant funding.



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zip.png South Africa Microdata Scoping Study 2016

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This report, by Southern African Social Policy Insights (SASPRI), provides information on the availability of social and economic microdata  resources in South Africa up until the end of 2016. The objective was to collate information about the main data holders and data sets that are available in South Africa, both those that are easy to access and those where access may need to be negotiated. In both cases, procedures for access are given where possible. The report has been produced for the South African Department for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) under the Programme to Support Pro-poor Policy Development 2 (PSPPD II) Learning Facility.



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