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Increasing the capacity of policy agencies to use research findings: a stepped-wedge trial

This paper describes the trial of a novel intervention, Supporting Policy In health with evidence from Research: an Intervention Trial (SPIRIT). It examines (1) the feasibility of delivering this kind of programme in practice; (2) its acceptability to participants; (3) the impact of the programme on the capacity of policy agencies to engage with research; and (4) the engagement...

Development and validation of SEER (Seeking, Engaging with and Evaluating Research): a measure of policymakers’ capacity to engage with and use research

Background Capacity building strategies are widely used to increase the use of research in policy development. However, a lack of well-validated measures for policy contexts has hampered efforts to identify priorities for capacity building and to evaluate the impact of strategies. We aimed to address this gap by developing SEER (Seeking, Engaging with and Evaluating Research), a...

The development of ORACLe: a measure of an organisation’s capacity to engage in evidence-informed health policy

Williamson 0 Jordan Louviere Sally Redman 0 Abby Haynes 0 Sally Green Sue Brennan 0 The Sax Institute , Level 13, Building 10, 235 Jones Street, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW 2007 , Australia Background: Evidence

Intervention Synthesis: A Missing Link between a Systematic Review and Practical Treatment(s)

Paul Glasziou and colleagues discuss methods to guide selection of an intervention from individual trials within a systematic review. Please see later in the article for the Editors' Summary

Developing a targeted, theory-informed implementation intervention using two theoretical frameworks to address health professional and organisational factors: a case study to improve the management of mild traumatic brain injury in the emergency department

Background Despite the availability of evidence-based guidelines for the management of mild traumatic brain injury in the emergency department (ED), variations in practice exist. Interventions designed to implement recommended behaviours can reduce this variation. Using theory to inform intervention development is advocated; however, there is no consensus on how to select or...

Measures for assessing practice change in medical practitioners

facilitate comparisons between studies and the pooling of results. Competing interests Sally Green is Director of the Australasian Cochrane Centre, funded by the Australian Department of Health and Ageing and

Development of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines (CPGs): comparing approaches

. Sally Green is a member of the Cochrane Collaboration Steering Group. SG is an editor of the Cochrane Handbook of Systematic Reviews of Interventions which informs the methodology for Cochrane systematic

How the Cochrane Collaboration Is Responding to the Asian Tsunami

reviews. Sally Green is employed as Director of the Australasian Cochrane Centre and is a member of the Cochrane Collaboration Steering Committee 1 Prathap Tharyan is Professor of Psychiatry at the ... Christian Medical College in Vellore,Tamil Nadu, India, and Coordinator of the South Asian Cochrane Network. Mike Clarke is Director of the UK Cochrane Centre in Oxford, United Kingdom. Sally Green is

Converting systematic reviews to Cochrane format: a cross-sectional survey of Australian authors of systematic reviews

Background Despite the growing reputation and subject coverage of the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, many systematic reviews continue to be published solely in paper-based health care journals. This study was designed to determine why authors choose to publish their systematic reviews outside of the Cochrane Collaboration and if they might be interested in converting...

Training practitioners in preparing systematic reviews: a cross-sectional survey of participants in the Australasian Cochrane Centre training program

Background Although systematic reviews of health care interventions are an invaluable tool for health care providers and researchers, many potential authors never publish reviews. This study attempts to determine why some people with interest in performing systematic reviews do not subsequently publish a review; and what steps could possibly increase review completion. Methods...

Building capacity for evidence generation, synthesis and implementation to improve the care of mothers and babies in South East Asia: methods and design of the SEA-ORCHID Project using a logical framework approach

Background Rates of maternal and perinatal mortality remain high in developing countries despite the existence of effective interventions. Efforts to strengthen evidence-based approaches to improve health in these settings are partly hindered by restricted access to the best available evidence, limited training in evidence-based practice and concerns about the relevance of...

Optimising reproductive and child health outcomes by building evidence-based research and practice in South East Asia (SEA-ORCHID): study protocol

Background Disorders related to pregnancy and childbirth are a major health issue in South East Asia. They represent one of the biggest health risk differentials between the developed and developing world. Our broad research question is: Can the health of mothers and babies in Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia be improved by increasing the local capacity for the...

Optimising reproductive and child health outcomes by building evidence-based research and practice in South East Asia (SEA-ORCHID): study protocol

University, Melbourne   Sally Green Australia Australian Research Centre for the Health of Women and Babies, Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Adelaide, Adelaide   Caroline Crowther


0 AnnePrenXville, Sally Green, Michael Silverman. Department of Paediatrics, Royal Postgraduate Medical School , London Wl2, England 1 Anne Prendlville, Anne Thomson, Michael Silverman. Department of