The long game: understanding and maximising researchers’ policy engagement activities across career levels

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Abstract

This blog post is based on the Evidence & Policy article, ‘Research-policy engagement activities and research impact: nursing and health science researcher perspectives’.

There are many ways in which researchers try to influence policy using the evidence that they produce. Studies have examined such research-policy engagement activities in public health, but little is known about what nursing and health sciences researchers do to promote the impact of their research in terms of policy. Our Evidence and Policy article explores nursing and health sciences researchers’ experiences of activities to promote their research and influence policy, across different career stages. It also explored researchers’ perspectives on barriers and enablers to maximising policy engagement.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBlog: Research-policy engagement
Media of outputBlog
PublisherEvidence and Policy Blog
Publication statusPublished - 29 Nov 2022

Keywords

  • Evidence-based
  • Policy
  • Policy making
  • Research
  • Researchers

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