The Science of Using Science: Researching the Use of Research Evidence in Decision-Making

@inproceedings{Langer2016TheSO,
  title={The Science of Using Science: Researching the Use of Research Evidence in Decision-Making},
  author={Laurenz Langer and Janice Tripney and David Gough},
  year={2016}
}
Design  Systematic review  Rapid review  Systematized literature review  Realist review  Scoping review  Cross-sector review  Primary study Included number of primary evidence (if review)  Details (specify) Search cut of (if review)  Details (specify) Weight of evidence rating:  High trustworthiness  Moderate trustworthiness  Low trustworthiness  High relevance  Moderate relevance  Low relevance 

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