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Exploratory study of the role of knowledge brokers in translating knowledge to action following global maternal and newborn health technical meetings

Publish Date: May 2016
Author: T. Norton, C. Howell, C. Reynolds

This paper reports on an exploratory study of knowledge translation interventions conducted with participants of global health meetings held in Bangladesh in 2012 and in South Africa in 2013. The authors measured stakeholders’ uptake of evidence-based knowledge in terms of their translation of this knowledge into actions around public health policy and practice. The research sought to determine whether participants shared and used knowledge from the meetings to improve health policy and practices in their settings and the factors influencing sharing and use.

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