Developing a rapid-response program for health system decision-makers in Canada: findings from an issue brief and stakeholder dialogue

@inproceedings{Wilson2015DevelopingAR,
  title={Developing a rapid-response program for health system decision-makers in Canada: findings from an issue brief and stakeholder dialogue},
  author={Michael G. Wilson and John N Lavis and François-Pierre Gauvin},
  booktitle={Systematic reviews},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND There is currently no mechanism in place outside of government to provide rapid syntheses of the best available research evidence about problems, options and/or implementation considerations related to a specific health system challenge that Canadian health system decision-makers need to address in a timely manner. A 'rapid-response' program could address this gap by providing access to optimally packaged, relevant and high-quality research evidence over short periods of time (i.e… CONTINUE READING
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