Delivering evidence to more than 10,000 health-system leaders
The McMaster Health Forum’s Health Systems Evidence reached a significant milestone this month with more than 10,000 users now registered. Health Systems Evidence is the world's most comprehensive, free access point for evidence on how to strengthen or reform health systems and in how to get cost-effective programs, services and drugs to those who need them.
Health Systems Evidence:
- informs key decision-makers: more than one-third of registered users are health-system policymakers and managers
- is tailored to the needs of users: more than 40% of registered users are signed up to receive a customized evidence service
- offers multilingual access: Spanish, French and Portuguese are the top three languages after English
- is used in developed and developing countries: five low- and middle-income countries (Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia and India) are in the top 10 countries in terms of registered users
Health Systems Evidence is a Forum initiative, supported by collaborators around the world, designed to help health-system policymakers, stakeholders and researchers rapidly identify research evidence related to their work.
Please spread the word and encourage your colleagues to register (for free) and use it.