Evidence-informed decision making

In making decisions about policy and funding, governments seek answers to two questions: What forms of intervention reliably produce positive outcomes, and can these interventions be rolled out in real world settings with the same positive outcomes?

This working paper by Dr Tim Moore reviews common definitions of evidence-based practice, and explores the three elements that make up the broadened conceptualisation of evidence-based practice, and the evidence for each of them.

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