Brokering the boundary between science and advocacy: the case of intermittent preventive treatment among infants

@inproceedings{Cruz2013BrokeringTB,
  title={Brokering the boundary between science and advocacy: the case of intermittent preventive treatment among infants},
  author={Valeria de Oliveira Cruz and Gill Walt},
  booktitle={Health policy and planning},
  year={2013}
}
The process of translating research into policy has gained considerable attention in recent years and a number of studies have investigated the nexus between the two 'worlds' of research and policy. One issue that has been little addressed is about the boundaries between research and advocacy: how far scientists do, or should, promote particular findings to policy makers and others. This article analyses a particular intervention in malaria control and the Consortium set up to accelerate its… CONTINUE READING
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