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Fact Sheet: Maximising the influence of your research on policy


February 2014
Researchers and policy makers contribute different skills, knowledge and perspectives to the policy making process. Sustained, constructive communication between these groups supports the development of evidence informed public policy.
[Original: Apr 2003 | Reprint: Jul 2005, May 2007 |Revised: April 2009 | Revised & Renamed: June 2011 | Revised & Renamed: February 2014]
McIntyre E, Jackson Bowers E, Kalucy E, Hagger C. (2014). Fact Sheet: Getting research into policy (5th edn). Adelaide: Primary Health Care Research & Information Service.

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