Who needs what from a national health research system: lessons from reforms to the English Department of Health's R&D system

@inproceedings{Hanney2010WhoNW,
  title={Who needs what from a national health research system:
lessons from reforms to the English Department of Health's R&D system},
  author={Steve Hanney and Shyama Kuruvilla and Bryony Soper and Nicholas B Mays},
  booktitle={Health research policy and systems},
  year={2010}
}
Health research systems consist of diverse groups who have some role in health research, but the boundaries around such a system are not clear-cut. To explore what various stakeholders need we reviewed the literature including that on the history of English health R&D reforms, and we also applied some relevant conceptual frameworks.We first describe the needs and capabilities of the main groups of stakeholders in health research systems, and explain key features of policymaking systems within… CONTINUE READING
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