Using the evidence. A need for quantity, not quality?

  • Chris J Hyde
  • Published 1996 in
    International journal of technology assessment in…

Abstract

The use of research evidence depends on more than its quality. If one considers other factors that influence the use of evidence, the quantity of accessible evidence and initiatives ensuring a wider understanding of it must be equally important. In consequence, improving the quality of research evidence alone will not necessarily lead to its greater use. 

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