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Contents from Update 2024
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0.1 Respond to decision-makers’ questions with the right mix of forms of evidence (and match the forms of domestic evidence to the right step in the decision-making process) PPT
0.2 Respond to decision-makers’ questions with the right mix of forms of evidence (versus select forms of evidence that get a lot of attention now) and combine domestic evidence (what has been learned in our country) and global evidence (what has been learned from around the world, including how it varies by groups and contexts) PPT
0.3 Another way of approaching the use of evidence: Embed evidence in cycles of rapid learning and improvement PPT
0.4 Use best evidence (vs other things that get a lot of attention now), and the specific example of expert panels PPT
Watch our playlist – videos from our commissioners and colleagues addressing each of our implementation priorities
- Formalize and strengthen domestic evidence-support systems with Andrew Leigh (Australia) Laura dos Santos Boeira (Brazil), David Halpern (United Kingdom), and Ruth Stewart (South Africa)
- Enhance and leverage the global evidence architecture with David Halpern and Zachary Munn - here and here)
- Put evidence at the centre of everyday life with Maureen Smith
Contents from the report
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1.1 Desirable attributes of commissions PDF | PPT
1.2 Commissioners PDF | PPT
1.3 Commissioner terms of reference PDF | PPT
1.4 How the commission builds on and complements past work PDF | PPT
1.5 Connection to COVID-END PDF | PPT
1.6 Timeline of key developments in using evidence to address societal challenges PDF | PPT
1.7 Equity considerations PDF | PPT
1.8 What success looks like PDF | PPT
1.9 References PDF
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