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HSDR - 12/5002/18

Effects of a demand led knowledge translation service on the uptake and use of research evidence by NHS commissioners compared with lower intensity untargeted alternatives

Project title: Effects of a demand led knowledge translation service on the uptake and use of research evidence by NHS commissioners compared with lower intensity untargeted alternatives

Call to action: 12/5002 12/5002 - Research to improve knowledge transfer and innovation in healthcare delivery and organisation

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Mr Paul WilsonORCID logo

Lead Author: Mr Paul WilsonORCID logo

Contractor: University of York

Cost: £552,127.88

Co-investigators: Dr Mark LambertORCID logo, Mr Duncan ChambersORCID logo, Professor Carl ThompsonORCID logo, Professor Ian WattORCID logo, Professor Rhiannon TurnerORCID logo.

Started: October 2013 | Status: Published February 2017

Access to a demand-led evidence briefing service did not improve NHS commissioners' uptake and use of research evidence, compared with less intensive and less targeted alternatives.

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