Government Policy and Strategy

CaSE: Improve the use of evidence in UK government policy making

Author(s): 
CaSE
Date published: 
2017
Report

As part of CaSE's work on science advice in government, this new report explores current structures, processes and practice and looks for opportunities to strengthen and improve them across government. The report makes 14 recommendations to improve the use of evidence in UK Government policymaking under three themes: architecture; supply and demand; and evaluation and accountability.CaSE's report Improving use of evidence in UK government policymaking has been produced with University College London.

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The Science of Using Science

Author(s): 
Laurenz Langer; Janic Tripney; David Gough
Organisation: 
UCL Institute of Education - EPPI Centre
Date published: 
2016
Report

This report summarises the evidence on the effectiveness of interventions to increase decision-makers' use of research in various areas. It includes two reviews: A review of review of the literature on evidence-informed decision making; and a scoping review of research conducted in the broaders social sciences.

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European Implementation Score - Assessing the implementation of research evidence into practice

Author(s): 
EIS Project
Date published: 
2014
Report

This collaborative project set out to develop a European methodology to assess the implementation of research evidence into practice (the European Implementation Score (EIS)), in primary, secondary and specialist care from the perspectives of different target groups (users and carers, voluntary organisations, range of health and social care professionals and health policy makers).

Implementation of Programme and Policy Initiatives: Making implementation matter.

Author(s): 
Australian National Audit Office
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Date published: 
2006
Guide

This guide, developed jointly by the Australian National Audit Office and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, focuses on the overarching principles for effective implementation based on their own experiences and lessons learned from overseas.

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